I know a lot of friends that tuned in to Doctor Who for the first time with the 50th Anniversary special and enjoyed what they saw. After thinking about ALL of the story arcs, callbacks to the first generation, and early second generation episodes, the numerous villains, and everything that is special with the doctors, their companions, and the friends made along the way, I wonder how much people actually got out of that episode.
To help with this, below are some images to help identify some of the MANY pieces that is part of Doctor Who along with tons of quotes to bring a smile to your face.
One thing that really jumped-out at me upon arriving in Italy almost four years ago, was using different money. I found it fun to examine the art, symbols and differences between the different money pieces. In most of the EU, we use the Euro. The coined denominations include a €2 and €1 (similar to american dollars in value) as well as 50, 20, 10, 5, 2 and 1 cent pieces.
That all being said, I would never have thought to do something as #EPIC as this painted coin art:
If you are the generation of people that grew up with X-men on television or comic books in the 80′s and 90′s or simply basking in the geeky glory that is the movie re-imagination of Batman, Superman, Ironman, Avengers, and all of the other movies, you will enjoy these geek character posters.
These are only a small collection of a huge list of great minimalist posters:
A few weeks ago we shared how to make your own Millennium Falcon origami ship.
I thought it was pretty awesome.
Until I saw this Yoda origami!!!
Not only do I have a rockin’ picture of it, I’ve also included some how-to info for those of you who would like to take a crack at it…after all…“there is no try.”
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The summer I was 13 years old, I broke my foot and found myself stuck on my couch and decided to purchase every Star Wars book out there and read through all of them.
37 books later, and I was all in with Star Wars to the point that I had memorized star fighter schematics and all lore that went with anyone from IG-88 or Han and Leia’s children.
So when I saw that there were Star Wars Starfighter Posters, I needed to download them.
My next step is to find a full-poster size printer to hang them up!
I can’t take much more of this!
Are you struggling too?
Less than 48 hours left, so maybe it is time to list our favorite Doctor Who reincarnates?
Here are five fan art depictions of some of the more prominent doctors:
I almost cannot take anymore waiting for the new Doctor Who season, but since we have to wait, we might as well go down the path of mixing Doctor Who with some great 8bit pixel art. This 8-bit Doctor Who is definitely not to be missed!
We are another day closer to the 50th anniversary episode and we have more digital swag!
This time we are shooting for a whole breadth of images from many years of Doctor Who’s life and the essence of our find Doctor Who is all captured in a minimalistic piece of art.
I am sure these Doctor Who posters won’t disappoint:
Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary is less than a week away and I know I am too excited to just sit here and wait. I have been out looking for anything and everything Whovian and found these inspiring and amazingly created Doctor Who posters of key moments from the past couple of years. Yet, there is something more than just beautiful and fun parts to these images, they are inspiring just as everything about Doctor Who is inspiring. Take these beauties in for all they are worth: