The Vitruvian Man is probably one of Leonardo DaVinci’s most well-known sketches, where he explores the ‘canons’ or proportions of man. Ever since he hit the small screen back in 1963, the Doctor has been fascinating humans with his adventures throughout the universe with TARDIS. So really, why shouldn’t we look at the proportions of the Doctor? I’m sure Leonardo would approve.
It wouldn’t be Doctor Who without TARDIS, so designer Dan Radcliffe (aka spacemonkeydr) made sure to ink it right behind Britain’s most famous Time Lord.