There are many great things about the films of Hayao Miyazaki. Just one of them is that if you happen to pause on seemingly any single frame, that image itself is a work of art.
We only just saw the prequel minisode to the Doctor Who's 50th anniversary, which turned our while idea of the Doctor's history on its head. So this is a great time to have a refresher course in all things Doctor-related, with a Doctor Who-themed Bayeux Tapestry.
What inspired Bill Mudron to create this whimsical illustration of the Doctor? "I read a recent criticism of the Moffat-era of Doctor Who being a glorified version of The Cat in the Hat, to which I couldn't help but think...well....duh."
What if Doctor Who's TARDIS landed in Paris around the turn of the 20th century, and Amy Pond found herself the subject of Alphonse Mucha's gorgeous illustration? It might look a bit like this. And check out medieval River Song.