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From Distant Galaxies In The Far Flung Future, To Ancient History On The Planet Earth, Doctor Who Is Unique For The Breadth Of Possibilities That It Can Offer A Designer For The First Time In History, The Doctor Who Art Department Are Opening Their Doors To Reveal A Unique, Behind The Scenes Look At One Of The Most Loved Series On British TelevisionWhether It S Iconic Sets Like The TARDIS Console Room, Recurring Villains Like The Daleks Or The Cybermen, Or The Smallest Hand Prop Featured In The Briefest Of Scenes, This Book Showcases The Work Of The Doctor Who Art Department In Glorious Detail Discover How The Designers Work With The Costume, Make Up And Special Effects Teams To Produce The Alien Worlds, And How The Work Has Evolved From The Programme S Classic Era To The Panoramic Alien Worlds And Technologies That Delight Audiences Today Featuring Hundreds Of Models, Sketches, Storyboards And Concept Artworks, Many Never Before Seen, Doctor Who Impossible Worlds Opens The Doors To Years Of Astonishing Creative Work From One Of The Most Inventive Shows On Television Doctor Who: Impossible Worlds (Dr Who)

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8 thoughts on “Doctor Who: Impossible Worlds (Dr Who)

  1. says:

    An outstanding book and a must for any Doctor Who fan A glorious collection of all the magnificent concept artwork and designs from both the original series and modern one though the bulk of the book does focus on 2005 onwards, as expected A lot of work has gone into every aspect of this, from the production of the book itself to the immense talent in the artists who created the work.

  2. says:

    This particular volume shines amidst the spate of recent releases, the concept art is beautifully rendered and is overall a far superior book to the recent whoniverse which in my opinion contained a lot of filler art.

  3. says:

    A really nice book with a great amount of quality drawings and photos.It s good that it focus s on the show from 1963 and not just the 2005 relaunch.It also has a nice amount of reading too to explain why certain designs changed etc.

  4. says:

    Absolutely beautiful artwork by richard shaum williams concept artist

  5. says:

    This was very well received by a Dr Who nut

  6. says:

    Bought as a gift, looked a very nice sheen book full of goodies for any doctor who fan It s also very big

  7. says:

    Absolutely brilliant book Fantastic concept art from throughout the history of the show Great to see the creative process before they are realised and hit the screen.

  8. says:

    Gorgeous book and very informative for those who are interested in the history and development of fictional worlds It also contains a bunch of gorgeous extras that I plan on framing and hanging up.

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