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Cardboard Boxes Make a Terrific TARDIS Jukebox

Cardboard Boxes Make a Terrific TARDIS Jukebox

When the Doctor has down time and is in the right mood, I like to imagine that he lands on a planet, sends out invitations, and hosts a blowout. It could be a new tradition called the “Doctor Who Party Special.” He has plenty of space inside the TARDIS for guests, and the console room looks like an industrial club (I haven’t been to a club like that in forever, but I’m guessing it doesn’t change much). With a few safety precautions and the right tunes, the Doctor is capable of throwing the party of the century. He should contact David Prouty to supply the music though since Prouty has build a 1/3 scale TARDIS jukebox primarily from cardboard boxes. Look:

And to think all I do with my empty boxes is let my cats play with them. I feel like my MacGyver-esque skills have failed me. Prouty used any and all kinds of boxes including pizza ones – that shape would work excellently for the top tiers of the TARDIS – and leftovers from U-Haul and FedEx. He stuffed the interior of the TARDIS with a Bluetooth speakers and sound activated LEDS. Oh, and I can’t forget the disco balls! All of it’s operated with a wireless remote connected to his iDevices because technology. He recently remodeled the inside of the TARDIS and the LEDS look like a fleet of colorful Daleks:

You can see more photos of the music-playing TARDIS at Imgur.

Are you clearing a corner of your garage so you have room to keep a pile of empty cardboard boxes? Yeah, me too.

HT: Incredible Things

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Comments

  1. Nardvark says:

    Love it!  I’m still letting my cats play in my empty boxes.  They wouldn’t have it any other way.  But cool idea, thanks!