“This illustration was made for the upcoming exhibition “Oficis Extraordinaris”, which will be part of the 2013 Valencia Book Fair. The theme, as you’ll have guessed, was to portray an “extraordinary profession” from a book. My choice was, of course, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes, world’s first and only consultant detective.”
Tools of a Consultant Detective by David Fernandez Huerta
"Masterminded by artist Danny Fein, Litographs are a labor of love—and jaw-droppingly beautiful works of art. Each print is created solely (astoundingly) from the text of classic books, and in almost all instances, the artist manages to include every word onto a single piece of paper. Printed on archival quality, vinyl-infused, tear-resistant paper, the text of the book is clear and 100% legible. So… hung any good books lately?"
The (super-creepy) rabbit from the pink lady crime scene and the polar bear from Ella’s office get into a fight.
This, really is, the Final Problem.
Neither wins. They fall in love.
knottygirldesigns makes these customizable stuffed hedgehogs wearing sweaters.
[She doesn’t realize the market she’s missing]
"Ron Brown’s essential resource guides both the aspiring and experienced beekeeper through every season of the beekeeping year, from the stirrings of spring and summer swarms to the autumn honey harvest and winter protection. Brown makes learning how to rear a queen, control a swarm, protect a hive, and keep bees healthy easy and simple in this book that’s packed with practical tips and expertise."
Well good. I’ll be a keeper by morning.
Surely that’s how quickly Holmes learned.