The best Doctor Who street art and graffiti

Whovians around the world have made their mark on the streets to show their appreciation of the sci-fi drama

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From stencilled Cybermen to Tardises made of wool, scroll down to marvel at these tributes to the Doctor…

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A bright quartet of Cybermen in Melbourne, Australia


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The Tardis has landed in a traditional residential street in Rome, Italy


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Quick sticker art on an urban lamppost, location unknown


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Daleks go pop in Norwich, England


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A lone Cyberman garnishes the old West Pier in Brighton, Sussex, England


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Exterrrminate! Great Yarmouth, England.


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Could Banksy be a Doctor Who fan? Melbourne, Australia


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Old skool graffiti writing to honour the Time Lord, location unknown


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Lovely little Dalek stencil, Melbourne, Australia


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Yarn bomb Tardis, London, England


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Er, Tardis or portacabin? Hackney, London, England


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3D chalk pavement drawing, Adelaide, Australia


An altered traffic crossing at San Diego Comic-con


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A slightly soggy Dalek in Glasgow


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Ok, this is cheating a little, but we think Stuart Manning’s graffiti-inspired poster for series 8’s Flatline totally fits the bill. Click for a larger version of the image.


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Images courtesy of Stuart Manning, Wiki Commons, Flickr [Gruntzooki, Black kitsune, Koppenbadger, Celesteh, Lordspudz, Deco Chambre, N00]