To continue celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who, we are returning with our popular line of prints inspired by many dynamic episodes of the show. Included here are Utopia, Silence in the Library, The Girl in the Fireplace, The Day of the Moon, Vampires in Venice, and The Curse of the Black Spot
To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who, we are returning with our popular line of prints inspired by many dynamic episodes of the show. Above are designs inspired by The Doctor’s Wife, Vincent and the Doctor, The Beast Below, and Flesh and Stone.
Beginning today, you will notice that our shop is starting to look a little different. We are currently rolling out improved listing art and content. While it should be finished by the end of this weekend, I encourage you to check it out whenever you like.
Series 7 Final 5 -
The last five designs inspired by the seventh series of Doctor Who (Modern Version).
You can find these designs at our Etsy shop, TheGeekerie or check them out individually:
Now that the season of Doctor Who has come to a close, who among us would have thought that the gang from ‘A Good Man Goes to War’ would be back and play such an integral role in this season. To celebrate their heroism and friendship to the Doctor, check out these prints from the Geekerie!!
The Snowmen 11x17 Art Poster
This 11x17 minimalist art print inspired by the Doctor Who episode, “The Snowmen”, was created with geeks in mind. This Doctor Who episode print features the image of a victorian spiral staircase to the clouds and the quote “Run you clever boy. And, remember.” The staircase leads to a secret TARDIS in the sky.
Four 11”x14” minimalist Doctor Who illustrated quote prints add fuel to our Whovian nightmares.
We may have learned the greatest secret of all… the Doctor has 27 brains! That would explain his ability to overcome all odds and deal with technology and people from every time period all over the universe! The ‘Who has 2 hearts and 27 brains” poster is meant to be both a question and a statement. The icons are inspired by 8-bit pixel art and infographic stylization.