The Doctor Who Inspired Tardis Jukebox is Recylced and Awesome

By: Kristina Marković - Published: Feb 25, 2014 • References: imgur & hackaday
In honor of the recent 50th anniversary of the popular British show Doctor Who, David Prouty built a recycled replica of the Tardis Jukebox. The 1/3rd scale replica jukebox is a music playing police phone booth. The jukebox is made entirely of recycled cardboard boxes from pizza, FedEx, UHaul, etc.

The painted phone booth emits fog, has Bluetooth speakers, disco balls and sound activated lights built inside. The funky contraption is even controlled wirelessly by remote. The Tardis Jukebox is sure to be a party hit. It's a creative take on the original Tardis Jukebox and looks strikingly similar.

David Prouty’s recycled jukebox is painted blue with a spacious inside. It's safe to say this retro music box is rad. Stats for Recycled Retro Replica Jukeboxes Trending: Older & Warm
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