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Doctor Who Art Friday 2nd November

I’m cheating with today’s Fan Art Friday because technically it’s not fan created, it’s official Doctor Who art. Doctor Who attended this year’s Shanghai ComicCon and as part of it’s promotion gave us a series of rather awesome pictures for it.

I couldn’t wait to share these with you; it’s an unusual style from normal and so really stands out. Plus I’ve saved my favourite till last, so be sure to scroll to the end.

As the Doctor would say now –  “Lets get a shift on”.

Doctor Who Art created for Shanghai ComicCon

Just one of the official Doctor Who art pieces created especially for Shanghai ComicCon
The Tardis makes an appearance over Shanghai  Credit: @BBCDoctorWho on Twitter

Love the futuristic style and colour palette of this, pretty cool huh? Though that was just their first teaser of what was still to come in a series Doctor Who art pieces.


Just one of the official Doctor Who art pieces created especially for Shanghai ComicCon
The Tardis flying over China at night… Credit: @BBCDoctorWho on Twitter

I think this one is just fantastic, in fact it’s my second favourite. The Tardis flying at night with a full moon over what I assume is the iconic Temple of Heaven – just beautiful!


Just one of the official Doctor Who art pieces created especially for Shanghai ComicCon
The Tardis near a pagoda with Cranes Credit: @BBCDoctorWho on Twitter (in comments)

This art was posted in the Twitter comments but is clearly another part of the Shanghai ComicCon art series so have included it.

So, here’s a curious thing, when researching the birds I found out that Cranes in Chinese mythology are connected with immortality. The Doctor regenerates and is effectively immortal. Coincidence?


Just one of the official Doctor Who art pieces created especially for Shanghai ComicCon
The Tardis meets some Panda’s – Credit: @BBCDoctorWho on Twitter

Here it is, my absolute favourite of the four promotional Shanghai ComicCon artworks released. Two cultural icons for the price of one – The Tardis sitting alongside some Pandas. What’s not to love?

What is your favourite artwork from this series?

If you enjoyed these pictures, then be sure to check out my Fan Art Section for more great Doctor Who art.

DDW

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