Doctor Who's Amy Pond goes gorgeously Art Nouveau!

What if Doctor Who's TARDIS landed in Paris around the turn of the 20th century, and Amy Pond found herself the subject of Alphonse Mucha's gorgeous illustration? It might look a bit like this. And check out medieval River Song.

The Amy Pond illustration is the work of fantastic artist Bill Mudron, who has created some of our favorite Doctor Who fan candy of all time. It's timed to celebrate the release of the show's fifth season on DVD. Mudron has also created some great Firefly, Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica and Neil Gaiman fan art. There's more at his site, as well as at his Flickr stream.

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Amy Pond, by way of Mucha

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Medieval River Song

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The Fourth Doctor as a woman

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A more "realistic" look at Catwoman

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Jayne Cobb reading comics.

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A Vulcan beaming up

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Starbuck lays the smack down

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Neil Gaiman's Death.

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