The iconic skull painting that adorns the main living room of 221B created by British artist John Pinkerton can now be yours, kind of….
….A limited run of 221 signed (by the artist) prints have been released and are now for sale.
For more information please visit the shop website.
New behind the scenes images for Sherlock S3 are now live on the BBC website. See them all here.
Votes for the Sherlock Lego concept have now past 5k, so we’re now over the half way mark to the 10k required before January 6 2014!
Jim Moriarty has even joined Sherlock, John, Mrs. Hudson and the 221B flat in concept art!
Head to Lego Cuusoo to vote, and see more views of the concept for this exciting set that could become a reality - with your help!
Sherlock Lego concept now with extra Mrs Hudson!
Introducing Mrs Hudson in Lego form!
Over 2.5k votes have now been received for the Sherlock Lego 221B set concept on Lego Cuusoo - 10k votes are required for the set to be considered for production, so it’s already a 1/4 of the way there!
Lego reviews all ideas on Lego Cuusoo quarterly, with the next review due on January 6 2014. So plenty of time to actually reach that 10k!
And also, Sherlock producer Sue Vertue is apparently rather interested in the possibility of this Lego set becoming a reality, so let’s all get onto Lego Cuusoo and vote for this brilliant concept!
LEGO set concept based on SHERLOCK
We’re loving this Lego set concept based on Sherlock!
You can add your vote of support to have this made into a real Lego set by visiting lego.cuusoo.com.
BBC confirms that Sherlock series 2 will be repeated on BBC One, starting with A Scandal in Belgravia on Friday 5th July.
We were sent this lovely little message from John Pinkerton creator of the Sherlock Skull Print in 221b.
Thought you might like to see this, I found it in the loft the other day. The original skull painting,one of only 2 in existence (the other being on Sherlocks wall at the moment). - John Pinkerton
Two more on-set shots from Arwel Wyn Jones to close out the week -’ Look - the set has been dressed!’