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The Art of Doctor Who was a Doctor Who reference book published by Future Publishing.

Main focus Edit

  • This 88 page full colour glossy paperback book with stunning concept art looking at the reinvention of a legend.

Publisher's summary Edit

Exclusive! Over 80 pages of full-colour BBC artwork in book form for the first time

Contents Edit

  • Intro
  • Conceptual Artwork
  • Digital FX
  • Alien Creatures
  • Destroying Big Ben
  • Gadgets and Gizmos
  • The TARDIS
  • Credits

Notes Edit

  • This special collection of SFX magazine articles focused on the best of British tele-fantasy. This special focussed on the top 50 shows, with Doctor Who at number one as voted for by readers of SFX magazine.

Credits Edit

  • Text: Jonathan Norton
  • Layout: Tina Glencross
  • Advertising Manager: Adrian Hill
  • Publisher: Mike Lamond
  • Production Co-ordinator: Stephanie Forsey
  • Printed by Precision Colour Print
  • All pictures © BBC 2005, used with permission

Publication history Edit

  • This book was given away free with SFX Special Edition 22 in September 2005 that was priced £6.99 (UK).
  • Individual copies were available from specialist stockists.

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