I know that free movement in time and space is a scientific dream I don't expect to find solved in a junk yard

IINTRODUCING THE Doctor Who art of Darryl Joyce. 

Many of his pieces recreate moments from the TV show - such as this moment when caveman Za is mauled by a sabre-toothed tiger in the show's very first serial, An Unearthly Child - and there's other less canonical pieces, such as the first Doctor and Steven with a "1965" K9.

In fact Joyce's best work covers the first Doctor's era - Marco Polo and The Keys of Marinus are both well-served. He also covers the more recent Doctors, for those of you interested in that sort of thing.

There's much more at his website.
Marco Polo
The Keys of Marinus
Daleks: Invasion Earth 2150AD
The Dalek Invasion of Earth
The Faceless Ones
The Web of Fear
The Mind Robber
The Daemons
Planet of the Spiders
The Faceless OnesThe Face of Evil


John G said...

Some of these are rather charming (last caption should be Face of Evil tho). It's interesting how some sci-fi shows function as secular religions. This is a sort of religious art in that the artist is expressing him/herself through representing stories from the show in his/her idiom - much as artists used to do Bible scenes (often smuggling in homoeroticism) as there mode of self-expression...

◄Design by Pocket