Or a book.. a manga.. an anime… a kdrama…

Imagine being in your flat and suddenly, you don`t get guests that often, the doorbell rings. As you look into the screen which shows the front of the door you look into blue eyes. Well, not really blue, more like ocean green, turquise, with golden sparks, like you could see the whole world in just one pair of eyes. As you open the door the man with those beautiful eyes asks: “Could I use your blacony?”


I know you’re an Army doctor, and you’ve been invalided home from Afghanistan. You’ve got a brother worried about you, but you won’t go to him for help, because you don’t approve of him, possibly because he’s an alcoholic, more likely because he recently walked out on his wife, and I know your therapist thinks your limp’s psychosomatic, quite correctly, I’m afraid. That’s enough to be going on with, don’t you think? The name is Sherlock Holmes, and the address is 221B Baker Street. Afternoon.


I don’t know how this happened


“Get Sherlock” is by far the most complicated piece I’ve done yet in terms of layout, but I couldn’t be happier with how it turned out. Featuring all of my favorite characters and moments from the show. More info and images in my store at the link below!

GET SHERLOCK is finally available online HERE!

Dear Internet: We have a confession to make.

The person reblogging this post has been taking part in an elaborate prank. We’ve kept it going for a long time now, but April Fools’ Day just seems like the right time to come clean.

There is no Sherlock fandom.

That’s right. For the past five years, the thing that you thought was a fandom was actually a carefully-coordinated parody of a fandom.

I know, I know—as soon as you hear the truth, it’s OBVIOUS, right? I mean, who in their right minds would wait this long or care this much about a TV series that doesn’t even have ten episodes? Nobody!

Thanks so much to the thousands of volunteers who helped pull this off, and those of you who kept the secret this whole time. Now that the final stats are in, I can reveal you even spelled “Cumberbatch” correctly 81% of the time, which is 46% higher than the global average! Way to commit to the part!

And of course I should give a special shout-out to some of the teams who really went the extra mile: everyone on the ship war squad, Morgan and the rest of the crew who programmed and maintained the fic-generating bot, the subliminal-messaging geniuses behind “Believe in Sherlock,” and those of you who came to the flash mobs during filming and managed to convince the mainstream media this was all real. You guys were the heart and soul of this completely artificial construct, and I hope to pretend to care about something with you again in the future.

In related news, we’ll be having a gently-used scarves sale next week. Hope you like blue ones!

I met Andrew Scott and I cannot express how much of a beautifully kind human being he is! I told him after my photo that he saved my life (because he has, and I won’t go into detail) in ways that he couldn’t imagine and that I was so pleased to have met him, to which point, he held my hand to stop me from walking away and asked if I was okay, because I looked so nervous. I said that I was and that he didn’t need to worry, then said thank you and walked away with a smile.

Being so overwhelmed, I soon started crying from pure shock and happiness, moving to my friend and cuddling into him, Andrew must have seen as he soon stopped the photos and the queue to stop me from leaving again and open his arms, asking for a hug. I obviously hugged him and he wrapped his arms around me. I have never had such a tight hug from someone! This was not a sympathy hug, this was a hug from someone who cared and I cherish that so much. I pushed my best smile and tried not to embarrass myself and cry again! Andrew then took my hands again telling me “there are always brighter days ahead” I have never been so fortunate.

Thank you, Andrew Scott. Thank you for everything.