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such a nasty woman | by maryann johanson

Doctor Who thing: The Baywheux Tapestry


Artist Bill Mudron is basically a geek genius:

From the cardinal fields of Gallifrey to the caves of Androzani to the last day of The Last Great Time War, this tattered embroidery chronicles a millennium of The Doctor’s history.

24 X 36-inch (6 square feet) print on 100lbs premium matte stock. Shipped rolled in a reinforced tube.

*This is a pre-order. Pre-orders close December 1st and prints will ship by December 20th – please allow a week for delivery in the U.S. and up to a month for prints to be delivered internationally.*


See a high-res version of the whole thing here. Place your preorder here.


Someone created an animated version:


See more animated bits at Mudron’s tumblr.

Via Flavorwire.

(If you stumble across a cool Doctor Who thing, feel free to email me with a link.)

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  • RogerBW

    Two and a half lines for the first twenty-six years, one and a half for the last eight? Though the marginalia are fun.

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