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April 1st, 2022 4 comments

Doctor Who Soufflé Girl Chopping Board

Available to order from www.zavvi.com

Zavvi has taken the Tardis and is taking this range back through the years, all the way to 1963 where Doctor Who begun and became a significant part of British pop culture. Celebrating all the generations from the 1st Doctor to the 12th this apparel range focus’ on the Doctors, their companions and iconic monsters from their time.

Brighten up your kitchen with one of our amazing cutting boards! Whether you want a summery theme or to show a favourite movie, there’s something for everyone!

  • Bold, full-colour print onto a toughened Glass Chopping Board with Chinchilla finish.
  • High durability
  • 30cm x 40cm dimension

Part of the new Doctor Who Zavvi Homeware Range.


Categorised under: General, Homeware

4 comments

  • Dalekz

    March 28th, 2022 - 8:54pm

    Worst illustration of Clara ever

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    • Dalekz

      March 28th, 2022 - 8:55pm

      Sorry Oswin

  • Markyboy!

    March 28th, 2022 - 7:45pm

    I don’t know who that’s supposed to be, but it ain’t Oswin…

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    • Gareth Pugh

      April 2nd, 2022 - 9:01am

      But isn’t it meant to be a stylised approach though? To me this looks very like a style of artwork that was fashionable on homeware and consumer goods around the 1910s and the era of the so-called ‘Gibson Girl’ (often pictured with long thin faces and, so-called-at-the-time, S-curve figure)? That and especially the particular font and way they have executed the ingredient elements of the artwork make me think this is taking a bit of Who history and filtering it through the lens of a particular era of mass-commercial artwork, to create a bit of a fun retro item. But, by that aim, not being about getting it close to e.g. how Jenna Coleman looks?

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