The Tardis in Van Gogh’s World

Dimensions: 32 × 27 × 10 in

$18,000.00

  • This is a hand-painted, one of a kind, 3D sculpture.
  • Constructed of reinforced plaster, the frame is built in as part of the sculpture, ready to hang
  • It both moves and morphs as the viewer changes positions (up, down, right, left)

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A 3D sculpture painted in Reverse Perspective so that it moves and morphs as the viewer moves in any direction. The Tardis has landed in the world of Van Gogh. Here it is, seen from the side.

Side view of the Tardis sculpture

The painting is a collaboration between Phil Dynan and Anastasia Nelson. The concept behind the 3D Reverse Perspective sculpture is down to Patrick Hughes, who the artists work with.

This image was inspired by an episode of Dr. Who in which the Doctor visits the world of Van Gogh. When viewing this piece, as the viewer moves it appears that the Tardis is spinning into its new location.

Additional information

Weight 35 lbs
Dimensions 32 × 27 × 10 in
UWCF Colors

Dark Pink, Green, Lavender, Light Blue, Light Green, Medium Blue, Navy Blue, Orange, Pink, Red, White, Yellow

UWCF Sizes

Horizontal, Large: e.g. 24 x 36"+

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