Let me introduce you: The Hedgehog of the Baker Street!

We had printmaking in the school and because the series 3 was just released all I could think of was Sherlock, obviously. I had to do something about it, and here’s the result. The techniques I used are etching and aquatint. Making of here. Hope you like it! And please respect the copyright.

He has also a pal. Prints available here!

Inspired by this post, I decided to science. This crappy gif is the result. It doesn’t give any answers to the mystery, as to whose idea it was to pull the chairs closer together on the stag night, but what it does show though is that it is supposedly Sherlock’s chair that is placed further back. I’ll leave you to your deductions.

twsherlock said:

Do you think there is a certain reason why Henry (client from HoB) was allowed to sit in Johns chair when he was presenting his case to Sherlock and John?

Sherlock isn’t fussy about John’s chair until John gets married. Lots of people sit in John’s chair until then—Mrs. Hudson, Mycroft, Irene. He even offers it to Moriarty (though Moriarty takes Sherlock’s chair in a power play). Sherlock doesn’t get territorial about it until after the wedding when he doesn’t want to be reminded of John, when he no longer wants to see it (and possibly doesn’t want Janine to sit in it…though that’s speculative).

Also with Henry Knight in John’s chair, from Henry’s POV we get the shot of Sherlock pumping his entire body craving “cigarettes” and then John gets an eyeful of Sherlock leaning over Henry (aka John if he were in his chair) hungrily sniffing…so much pent-up sexual bromance tension all round.

Chairlock: Moriarty

I have two directions for envisioning a Moriarty!chair. One, flamboyant, Westwood-inspired, British in creation and/or reference (after all, this is the man who stole the crown jewels); the other, an insane chair, a total departure from normal chairs, an exploration of design principles, which results in something very uncomfortable to sit in but fascinating to look at.

Category one:

This one comes from the Westwood store itself:

Oversized, with a heart motif. Yum yum.

A cross between an office chair and Victorian upholstery porn.

Westwood tartan? A corset back?

Category two:

Nendo black lines chair

Panton string chair

An actual chair that looks like a drawing. Moriarty would love the way this plays with reality.

More chair!lock to come, I am sure. I have a chair kink.