Minimalist Doctor Who posters capture each character with an object and a catchphrase

If you were to reduce the eleventh Doctor or River Song to just a word or two, what would those words be? Designer Karma Orange has been exploring the smallest ways to render the characters from the new Doctor Who — through their words, their technology, and their disasters.

I do dig that Karma Orange decided to symbolize Ten, Eleven, and River through their sonic screwdrivers. It's gotten far too easy to represent Matt Smith's doctor as a fez and a bowtie, and it's rather nice to see him instead as his non-weapon. It's a shame, though, that his minimalist series hasn't yet touched on the Doctor's companions. What would be the best way to represent Amy, Rory, Donna, Martha, and Rose?

Doctor Who Minimalist Posters [via The Mary Sue]

Minimalist Doctor Who posters capture each character with an object and a catchphraseS

Minimalist Doctor Who posters capture each character with an object and a catchphraseS

Minimalist Doctor Who posters capture each character with an object and a catchphraseS

Minimalist Doctor Who posters capture each character with an object and a catchphraseS

Minimalist Doctor Who posters capture each character with an object and a catchphraseS

Minimalist Doctor Who posters capture each character with an object and a catchphraseS