Artist John Pinkerton reveals what other art could have been on the walls of 221B in a new section on his website dedicated to Sherlock.
Not long tweeted by Mark Gatiss: End of a great first week. Easter resurrection a bit early…#Sherlock
Perhaps, as the author of this doll, i should post it here))
And then, Tumblr has a lot of nameless references to it..)
Amazing handmade Moriarty doll by the very talented Anastasia.
Sherlock has won two awards from two nominations at The Royal Television Society Programme Awards overnight, at a ceremony held at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London. As well as being named Best Drama Series against Call the Midwife and Line of Duty, Steven Moffat also won the Best Writer - Drama award for his work on S2E1: A Scandal in Belgravia.
The RTS judges commented that Sherlock took Best Drama as it was “brilliant, intelligent and different - a masterclass in every aspect of film-making that has truly elevated the genre”, while Steven Moffat’s writing was “inventive, witty and fizzed along”, in a script featuring “gloriously unpredictable and assured storytelling.”
You can read the full list of winners on the Royal Television Society website. The nominated individuals and productions were formed from work and programming shown during 2012.
The Awards honour excellence in key genres of television programming, from children’s to drama, entertainment and soaps, to comedy performance and documentaries, covering both national and regional output. Held annually, the RTS Programme Awards aim to recognise the work of exceptional actors, presenters, writers and production teams, as well as celebrating the programmes themselves.
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
We’ve just heard from Sue Vertue that to mark the start of Sherlock filming tomorrow, we MIGHT find out the title of S3E1… So stay tuned!
First look at the painted head sculpts of the upcoming Sherlock and John collector’s figures being produced by Big Chief Studios.
Listen to Benedict Cumberbatch being interviewed yesterday, Tuesday 12th March, at The South Bank Sky Arts Awards regarding Sherlock Series 3 and beyond! (approx 10 minutes in.)
Dressed and brilliant. Who would live in a place like this?
Check out the full panorama from Arwel Jones here: http://www.teliportme.com/view/95021
The bestselling first official tie-in book to the hit BBC television series by Guy Adams is finally arriving in stores in the United States in mid-July, but with a twist.
Instead of retaining the original title of Sherlock: The Casebook, the book will instead be retitled The Sherlock Files: The Official Companion to the Hit Television Series, and feature different imagery on the front cover.
Also, the book will be released as a paperback, instead of the original’s hardcover release. All interior content, and the page count of 160 pages, seems to be unaltered from the original UK release.
The Sherlock Files: The Official Companion to the Hit Television Series is now available for pre-order on Amazon.com ahead of its release on July 16 2013.