1. Anonymous said: It's Benedict Cumberbatch's birthday today. Could you please make something for him? :)

    floccinaucinihilipilificationa:

    Oooh I did not know that! Happy birthday Mr Cumberbatch c:

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  3. airyairyquitecontrary:

    issu:

    somesickcat:

    No photoshop. Just a kitty with HUGE EYES.

    The lighting in this photograph is amazing~

    And you may say to yourself, ‘My God, what have I done?’

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  4. dederants:

    sexualthorientation:

    thescienceofjohnlock:

    ima-mischief-causin-sherlockian:

    brambles90:

    I want these framed and in my house.


    you forgot one

    God yeah, you forgot the most important one.

    SOMEONE PLEASE DO TOM HIDDLESTON.

    the-king-himself did

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    JESUS CHRIST THE LAST TWO OMFG SOMEONE WRITE A FIC WITH BENEDICT AND TOM PLEASE DO IT

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  5. kriskenshin:

    ♪(´ε` ) John had found them earlier that week, hidden in the back of their closet, recordings of Sherlock playing the violin. He even went so far as to go buy headphones before listening to them so he wouldn’t get caught. It was definitely worth the wait.

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    Tagged #cats
     
  7. deducecanoe:

    happylifewiththemachines:

    danwasonfireonce:

    gunslingerannie:

    europeansdomusicalsbetter:

    stockade:

    You’re welcome

    This is the most useful thing I’ve ever reblogged.

    i used to think when people said my cousin twice removed that their cousin must’ve did some fucked up shit to get kicked out of the family twice

    When I found this the first thing I thought was “now I can find out how Count Olaf is related to the Baudelaire children.”

    So fucking helpful..

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  8. More beautiful Behind the Scenes pictures from 221 B Baker Street on BBC Sherlock - I adore the amount of detail that the set designers, buyers  & prop makers put into the show.

    Other behind the scenes pictures I’ve posted here: (x), (x), (x), (x), (x), (x).

    (via thescienceofobsession)

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  9. femme-de-lettres:

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    There’s something wonderfully interesting about seeing the work of an artist who took inspiration mainly from a single predecessor—especially when that predecessor had an especially distinctive style.

    A single glance at John Melhuish Strudwick’s 1894 O Swallow, Swallow suffices to demonstrate his enormous debt to Edward Burne-Jones, from his impassive, wide-faced subject to her matte brocade dress, hanging in fairly flat folds. Even the shallow, exaggerated-perspective setting points to Burne-Jones’s influence.

    As the Sudley House points out, though, the subject “sits in a richly painted, intricately decorated interior awaiting the message from the bird, which is seen through the open window.”

    Indeed, there is a sort of happy chaos to her belongings that—especially when paired with the depth and translucency of the subject’s face—departs wholly from Burne-Jones’s simplified and deliberately flattened style.

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