Lovarzi has added four new Doctor Who-related bags to its range of merchandise associated with the show.
The TARDIS Cross Body Bag is a companion to the popular TARDIS Laptop Bag, which launched the line of top-quality bags in 2019. It takes its inspiration from the Doctor’s Type 40 Space-Time Ship, with a repeated TARDIS design inside and out – and complete with a glow-in-the-dark Police Public Call Box patch on the front.
Open it up and you’ll find a large main section with an additional zipper pocket, plus another large organiser section on the front to keep your pens, smartphone, and sonic screwdriver in.
Looking for somewhere secret to hide your slightly-psychic paper? There’s another pocket on the back of the bag, with a magnetic strip to keep things from easily falling out.
Made from a blend of Polyester and Nylon, this versatile and lightweight bag comes with an adjustable shoulder strap, meaning it’s ideal for traveling or everyday use! (In fact, at 28 x 24 x 9.5cm, this is a great size for hand luggage, just in case you find yourself exploring the world without a TARDIS.
The TARDIS Cross Body Bag launches alongside a set of three exclusive premium canvas tote bags, each sporting a different eye-catching design.
The first bag features the Fourth Doctor and Leela, played on screen by Tom Baker and Louise Jameson, with the loveable sidekick, K9. The illustration is by Mike Collins (2000AD; Uncanny X-Men), who served as the storyboard artist on numerous Twelfth and Thirteenth Doctor stories including Under the Lake/ Before the Flood, The Doctor Falls, and Kerblam!, although he’s perhaps best known for his work on the Doctor Who Magazine comic strip.
The second bag, meanwhile, is emblazoned with an equally-iconic pairing: the Tenth Doctor and Donna Noble. With David Tennant and Catherine Tate returning for three 60th anniversary specials in November 2023, it felt the perfect time to highlight one of the most memorable storylines from Series 4: The Stolen Earth/ Journey’s End – so this design also features Daleks plenty, with their maniacal creator, Davros (Julian Bleach) and the terrifying Supreme Dalek.
The art on this second bag is by the excellent Anthony Dry, whose striking work, inspired by the much-missed Chris Achilléos, adorns the modern-day Target novelisations, including City of Death, Rose, The Waters of Mars, The Day of the Doctor, and The Witchfinders.
Rounding out this triptych of totally terrific totes is the pop art-inspired TARDIS cubes bag, which shows off the world-famous Police Box in a colourful repeated pattern.No, you don’t have to choose between these designs: they come together as a set!
Each canvas bag is 38.5cm high and 34.5cm wide,
The TARDIS Cross Body Bag and set of three tote bags are available to buy from LOVARZI
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