Art

Wallpaper Made of Light

Corinne Portmann is known in the Sherlock fandom for her academic knowledge of wallpaper, and Marcella Kligman for her professional knowledge of lighting and photography/cinematography. They decided to combine their interests in a photoshoot celebrating the distinctive wallpapers of Sherlock and its innovative cinematography.
"The detective on the roof" by Anke Eissmann

The Adventure of the Desperate Draftsperson

I remember actually yelling at the computer in frustration when the credits of “The Great Game” were rolling. ... Over the course of the following weeks, I mutated into a passionate Sherlock fan. Five years, two more seasons and a special, several visits to London and a number of fan-meetings, cosplay shoots and conventions, over 500k words of fan fiction and more than 500 pieces of Sherlock-inspired fan art later, my fascination with this series shows no signs of waning.
"A Drawing Down of Blinds" by Kit Mills

Those Misty Centuries: Unfinished Tales of Sherlock Holmes’s Early Life

There's a constant drive to articulate what motivates Sherlock, what makes him Sherlock. Why did he jump off the roof of Barts Hospital leaving his best friend to believe he committed suicide? How does he feel about his decision? Almost universally (in Anglophone Sherlock fan works at least) the answer involves some kind of childhood trauma...