If you lack the patience for assembling something as simple as a jigsaw puzzle, you’ll want to move along. Metal Earth’s intricate models, which assemble from flat, pre-cut sheets of metal, could frustrate even a brain surgeon. Which is unfortunate, because these new color models are so very tempting.
This life-size LEGO TARDIS is not a thing that you will ever buy, or touch, or see. It’s really just a reminder of the hundred-dollar LEGO sets you should probably buy your kids. But I still love it wholeheartedly.
The TARDIS isn't hard to get right as a toy. After all, it's just a big blue police box. But there's a difference between getting it right, and doing Doctor Who's iconic time ship justice — and Big Chief's 1:6 scale replica definitely does the TARDIS justice.
Doctor Who's time-travelling Police Box has always dematerialised the same way for almost 52 years — slowly fading in and out of existence in one place, to fade back in somewhere else. But this amazing VFX video by youtuber John Smith re-imagines the ship's dematerialisation in a fascinating new way.
Getting engaged is OK, but do you know what's even better? Getting your own, personal TARDIS to sweeten the deal. And that's exactly what happened to this adorable couple.
Well, that was quick. This past weekend's episode of Doctor Who,Flatline, saw The Doctor's timeship display a new ability to protect itself from imminent destruction - Siege Mode, which turned the TARDIS into a teeny, nigh on invincible Gallifreyan cube. Now you can buy a Siege Mode TARDIS of your very own!
The sound of the TARDIS arriving is an unmistakable — and distinctive — sign that the Doctor is near. But, while the sound may be alien, it turns out that its origins are decidedly earthbound.
Sure, sure—the TARDIS is always evolving along with the ever-regenerating Doctor, but what of the TARDIS key? One clever artist plotted out the evolution of the TARDIS key from Doctor Who. And it is delightful.
Fifty years ago today, Doctor Who began his time-traveling adventures. Today, no matter where you are, the BBC turns your TV into a TARDIS, showing Doctor Who: Day of the Doctor simultaneously around the world.
The title of the paper? "Traversable Achronal Retrograde Domains In Spacetime." Yes, it is real science, and yes, the paper's figures are excellent.
There are various contraptions out there that will turn a random door in your house into the TARDIS door — but judging from Amazon reviews and photos, this vinyl door sticker is the best. Created by Ukraine-based art studio Pulaton, it has a really nice level of detail.
Doctor Who’s TARDIS is unique in that it appears larger on the inside than it does from the outside. According to scientists from the University of Helsinki, our universe may exhibit similar properties, a phenomenon they're dubbing Tardis spacetime. It’s a new theory that could solve a longstanding mystery in…
Ever wondered what it would be like if the crew aboard the ISS saw a TARDIS floating by the window? So does the team behind one current crowdfunding project. Also on the crowdfunding block are a supernatural courtroom drama, a prop space gun kit, a rain shelter that doubles as a rain collector, and an unusual photo…
Knobs, buttons, levers and switches — get an intensely close look at the control panel of the latest TARDIS. What button does what? Which window is for communication? Is there a method to the Doctor's TARDIS console-thwapping madness?
Artist Andrew Colunga gives the TARDIS a wood-paneled and brass makeover, a departure from its usual true blue. The colorful Gallifreyan text isn't meant to mean anything; it's just beautiful gibberish.
Using an augmented reality app and a 3D rendering of the TARDIS's interior (as it appeared between 2005 and 2010), tech writer Greg Kumparak took an already-impressive model of The Doctor's time&spacecraft and endowed it with perhaps its most commented-upon feature: an impossibly spacious interior.
Not just the best science/sci-fi themed font (though it certainly is that, also); but the best font, full stop.
The BBC has been teasing a new Doctor Who TARDIS interior (flashing glimpses of the new, Gallifreyan inscribed ceiling) and hinting at big changes. But now (almost) all of the new TARDIS interior has been revealed. Warning, spoilers!
Along with his new companion, the Doctor is getting a new TARDIS interior. BBC America released this small hint to the new design—cold metallics with Circular Gallifreyan inscriptions. Anyone want to take a crack at translating it? (Or, rather, hazard a guess as to what it's about?)