Sylvester McCoy and the Collectable Art Company print of his Seventh Doctor outfit

Seventh Doctor Costume Design Released

The Collectable Art Company has announced the release of The Seventh Doctor Costume Design Print by veteran BBC designer Ken Trew.

Sylvester McCoy and the Collectable Art Company print of his Seventh Doctor outfit

The limited edition lavish print is produced to museum quality standards using colourfast inks and acid free paper from the original production drawing from 1987.

Signed by both Ken Trew and Sylvester McCoy the print is being made available as a worldwide hand-numbered limited edition of 750.

Not only do you get a rare collector’s item, the print also comes with a ‘From Script to Screen’ booklet, with an introduction by Sylvester, charts Ken Trew’s career at the BBC and his early experience on Doctor Who.

The booklet also looks in detail at the costume design process with Ken’s entire concept designs reproduced for the first time. There are also exclusive and never before seen photographs of Chris Pocock and John Walkers original costumes and, thanks to former BBC Vis-FX designer Mike Tucker, exclusive snaps of Sylvester’s pocket watch and original TARDIS key.

Grahame Flynn, Managing Director of The Collectable Art Company said:

The response from our customers to our prints has been fantastic. We originally intended this print to be available sooner but Sylvester was filming ‘The Hobbit’ in New Zealand.

Officially licensed by BBC Worldwide The Seventh Doctor Costume Design Print is available to order now for £96 from The Collectable Art Company.

Everyone has a favourite Doctor and mine - just for his honesty, his fairness and his ability to not notice the Master's awful, awful disguises/anagrams (Sir Gilles Estram!?!) - has to be the Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison. The stories didn’t serve him as well as his acting served those stories.

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