I was sent the above image by @james_a_craig but I’ve not had a chance to hunt down the source, luckilly for me Cory Doctorow from Boing Boing also found it so I haven’t had to hunt it down.
The girl modeling the dress has her own Facebook page as Tardis Princess and the photographer resposible is jere7my thor?rpe.
Here is another picture of it closed over:
Scan are selling a PC case/Motherboard combo that looks like the TARDIS, what more do you need to know? It starts at £935.99 including VAT and is a fairly reasonable computer.
I want to know if the fan make the TARDIS noise when the CPU is under too much load…
Via The Register.
These leggings with the blueprints for the Tardis would go rather well with this Tardis Dress both are sold by GeekyU1 on Etsy.
They also sell this “R2D2 Inspired” dress. There you go that’s next Halloween sorted for you… Why does no one make this kind of thing for guys…
I love the golden plunger on a stick! Found on Deviant Art user AkraruPhotography‘s page. From Dr. Who show apparently.
What do you do when you oreder fabric to make a Marie Antoinette dress but you get the wrong colour? Particularly if that colour happens to be TARDIS blue? I don’t follow the cosplay scene but apparently Kelldar is a big name in it. She’s made a lovely TARDIS/Marie Antoinette crossover dress, you can even see inside the TARDIS!
Here it is again with a guy in a TARDIS suit photo bombing her:
I know what you like and this photo by lesather (Flickr) probably falls into that category. It’s from Chicago TARDIS 2010 a Doctor Who convention in Chicago. Here is another photo from the set.
This T-Shirt Design by Kari Fry available at RedBubble mixes the lovable StarWars Droids R2D2 and C3P0 (Okay no one really loves 3P0) with the infamous Dr. Who Villains The Cybermen and The Daleks.
God only knows I’ve posted enough TARDIS Dresses on this blog, so when I saw this on Boing Boing I had to share it. Somevelvetmorning has posted the dress and her work in progress photos to Imgur (Gallery embedded below)
This image was created by *brianna13 on deviantART as part of an assignment where they had to create a how-to illustration.
So long as people keep making dresses that look like the TARDIS I’m going to keep on posting them. This dress by Alice In Ivory can also be seen below on a mannequin with a slightly more formal top: