Doctor Who is one of the longest running TV shows and most science fiction fans would agree that the show has or at least had inspired them in the past to engage in time travel.
There have been many series of The Doctor and in each sequel, he reincarnates as a different person. In the 11th series, Matt Smith plays the part of the Doctor, and does it really well. The centuries-old alien fights against the odds to save the world and the people in it. Those who have watched the latest Doctor Who series would remember the Sonic Screwdriver, which is one of the many tools that the Doctor possesses. Nick Robatto has recreated the 11th Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver with all things that seem impossible.
He used almost 150 components of different metals and leather. The metals that were used to recreate the Sonic Screwdriver are copper and brass. He used a bit of resin too. The prop is almost life like in nature and can extend, open and lighten up on demand. These screwdrivers come in ‘extremely limited edition’. The model also consists of featured text written in Gallifrey language. When the 11th Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver goes on sale, it shall cost to the tune of $4,000. It could make for a great sculpture or model art piece that could be added to your growing collection of geeky art and handicrafts.
If you are not in a mood to check out sculptures like this, you could curl up and settle with a Doctor Who Puzzle Book, which should please most people who like to exercise their brains. You might also want to take a look at 11 Doctor Who Mashups which look really great as well. If you thought Doctor Who wanted to sounded like a lonely soul, this little Doctor Who Companions might help you to know that he is not always alone.