The TARDIS taking in the sites on the back of the Thames looking back at Big Ben in the heart of London. See more TARDIS abroad!
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French artist and graphic designer Mike Wrobel has given some of favorite and not so favorite Game of Thrones characters a 80s and 90s style makeover. It is amazing how well he captures the personalities of the characters bore out only in common style of the two decades. The Stark children are especially well done.
With summer coming to a close and the kids heading back to school it is nice to look back on the summer vacation. A cross country trip across Essos, to visit all nine of the Free Cities. A postcard from each major city of Essos. You can even get your own to send.
Artist Randall Rosenthal has the amazing ability to turn one block of wood into just about anything. Meticulously carved from a single block of wood and then carefully hand painted into, not only, photo realistic, but all three dimensions realistic. The level of detail is simply astonishing. For more amazing art and information.
On the battlements at Edinburgh Castle in Scotland, UK. See more of A TARDIS Abroad.
A new app for Google Chrome lets users use Lego’s to build anything their hearts desire and then place their creations anywhere around the world. A brief search of the new Lego World has revealed some geeky entries.
A trip out in the TARDIS to the abandoned church St Boltophs in Skidbrooke. Submitted by: Stuart Woodhead See more of A TARDIS Abroad.
When you’re on holiday, I’m sure you pose for a few pictures in front of notable sights and location. Well the same is true for the Doctor’s TARDIS. A new section of Robot Plunger called A TARDIS Abroad is the spot to catch a glimpse of the TARDIS on holiday. And in addition, you can […]
Life found a way … to be adorable. Check out these unique recreations of classic scene from the original Jurassic Park film. These were done by the artist Pakoto.