Tomorrow I’ll be stronger, running colourful, no longer just in black and white

Tomorrow I’ll be stronger, running colourful, no longer just in black and white

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Fifty years of Doctor Who, retold in the style of the Bayeux Tapestry.

With the 50th anniversary celebrations of Doctor Who coming up later this month, Whovians are feeling seriously inspired. And in the case of fan artist Bill Mudron, that inspiration took shape as a cartoon depiction of the show’s history, told in the form of the Bayeux Tapestry, the legendary, 1,000-year-old embroidery that depicts the Norman conquest of England.

Nicknamed the “Baywheux” Tapestry, Mudron’s digital painting is twelve feet long and features iconic characters and moments from the past fifty years of Doctor Who. [READ MORE]

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