Sunday, 29 August 2010

Alister Pearson

This week's item is now up for auction.

This is the second of three signed prints to Alister Pearson's painting to the Doctor Who 2010 storybook. The printed version was substantially different to the version which appears here.
Our thanks to Alister for his very kind donation.

Monday, 23 August 2010

Anthony Dry

This week's lot is a signed print by artist Anthony Dry. The illustration originally appeared in the DVD boxset of series 4.

Our thanks to Anthony for his very kind contribution.

Friday, 13 August 2010

Colin Howard & Lee Binding

There is still a couple of days left to bid on this fantastic A3 print of the second Doctor and the Ice Warriors. The print has been signed by the artist, Colin Howard.
This Sunday's auction will be of the cover proof to "The Doctor Trap". It has been signed by the artist, Lee Binding.
Our thanks to Lee and Colin for their generous contributions.

Wednesday, 4 August 2010

Alister Pearson

Two new fantastic signed prints arrived in the post yesterday from artist Alister Pearson.
The first, a Black and White print of the eigth Doctor, originally appeared on the cover of a fanzine. It combines a lithographic background Alister found in a library book with his own painting of Paul McGann. The join is seamless. This print is A4.
The second print originally appeared in the booklet for the DVD boxset of the second series of 21st century Doctor Who. The print is significantly different to the published version as the designer opted not to include the supporting cast or TARDIS door in the finished version.
Our thanks to Alister for his very kind donation.

Sunday, 1 August 2010

Colin Howard

This week's item is now up for auction on Ebay.

An A3 print of the first Doctor, William Hartnell. The print has been signed by its artist, Colin Howard.
Colin is a professional artist who has a long-standing connection with Doctor Who. He has been responsible for the covers to countless Doctor Who books, videos and magazines.
All proceeds from this auction are going to fund research done by the transplant team at Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Our thanks to Colin for his very kind donation.