“How many times have you saved me Clara?
Just this once, just for the hell of it, let me save you!
“…Even a man doing something as simple and reassuring as putting a coat over a little boy’s shoulder to let him know the world hadn’t ended.”
Cordel literature (“Literatura de Cordel” in portuguese, means “string literature”) are popular and inexpensively printed booklets common in the Northeast of Brazil. They usually contain folk novels, poems and songs, and they are sold at fairs and in the street. Cordel uses in its cover a very specific and traditional kind of xylography, and since I’ve done this kind of aesthetics for another “A Song of Ice and Fire” illustration, I decided to use the same style for a reinterpretation of the book covers.
run, you clever boy, and remember me
Clara Oswald, “The Name of the Doctor”
I called for a knight, but you’re a bear
can i ship them?
I can’t count the reasons I should stay
One by one they all just fade away
But I love you more than words can say*