Portrait of a Cyberman
I confess that in my younger days I was quite the Doctor Who fan. In my adult life I had the opportunity to meet two of the actors who portrayed Dr. Who. The more memorable of those two encounters was the one with Tom Baker - where we discussed at length Sherlock Holmes and what a fine actor Jeremy Brett was. In fact the subject of Dr. Who never even came up.
These days I am more fascinated with robotics and artificial intelligence hence a Portrait of a Cyberman.
Curiously it was in 1966 that Kit Pedler, a medical scientist, created the Cybermen for the Doctor Who series - with the motivating factor being his concern about science changing humanity. His Cybermen were intelligent beings who had replaced much of their bodies with mechanical prostheses and in the process had become creatures without emotion - driven only by their logic (shades of Star Trek's Spock character).
|Portrait of a Cyberman
|10 inches wide by 14 inches high
|Fine Art Paper, Canvas, Metal
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