Say what you will about Orphan Black’s Rachel Duncan (Tatiana Maslany), she is as unpredictable as she is calculating. With Cosima and her lab partner Scott trying to crack a code scribbled by clone creator Ethan Duncan in a copy of The Island of Dr. Moreau, Rachel knows the code – and she’s painting the symbols as part of her therapy. A collection of several of Rachel’s screen-used paintings from the third season are now being offered by VIP Fan Auctions. Each of the six prints measure roughly 13-by-19 inches, look fantastic with any décor – and hold images related to the science of Orphan black cloning. Click here for photos and more information – and grab your piece of Orphan black artwork today!



What secrets could be stored away in the diaries of clones? VIP Fan Auctions is making it possible for fans to find out by offering the screen-used notebooks owned by Orphan Black’s MK and Cosima (both played by Tatiana Maslany). The iconic notebook used by MK (pictured above) on-screen in the fourth and fifth seasons of the series includes daily journal logs (in a foreign language), doodles, newspaper clippings, postcards and a photo of Nikki (two stunt notebooks with the same cover but blank inside are also included). A second set of notebooks that belonged to Cosima includes her list of names of Leda clones, two daily health journals, a research journal and a notebook – all featured on-screen in the fourth-season episode “From Dancing Mice to Psychopaths.” Click here to see all of the available Orphan Black items and join the bidding today!



When Orphan Black signed off on Aug. 12 after five groundbreaking seasons that introduced the world to the amazing talents of Emmy-winner Tatiana Maslany, it left a 274-clone-sized hole in the television landscape. Much like the finale itself, however, the future is hopeful: Series co-creator John Fawcett told that the final episode may not be the end of the story. “We’ve talked since the beginning of wanting to do some kind of feature or some kind of two-hour continuation of the series,” Fawcett said. “At this point, I think we’re happy that it’s come to a conclusion that we feel satisfied with, and it closes this chapter. [Series co-creator] Graeme [Manson] and I are both going to let it sit for a little bit, but I know that these characters are so strong with us and so engrained with us, that there’s certainly a chance that we’ll pick that up and continue.” In the meantime, VIP Fan Auctions is offering a treasure trove of screen-used Orphan Black props and wardrobe from the BBC America phenomenon, including Sarah Manning’s mugshots and arrest records; Cosima’s studded-skull scarf (pictured above); Helena’s Joey Lama cowboy boots and much, much more. Click here to see all of the available Orphan Black items and claim your piece of the Clone Club while you can!



Orphan Black’s Cosima Niehaus (played by Tatiana Maslany, of course) is a Northern California girl studying Experimental Evolutionary Developmental Biology in Minnesota. She’s also one of the best friends a clone could ask for – and one of the most popular members for the Orphan Black “sestrahood.” VIP Fan Auctions is offering fans of the series an opportunity to claim some signature pieces of Cosima’s wardrobe – including her trademark glasses (labeled “Old Cosima” by production) and her fake ID (Cosima’s photo with Ava Jaubowski’s information) used in the fourth-season episode “Human Raw Material.” The Orphan Black auction page also has several of Cosima’s outfits – including the shirt (pictured above), pants and Uggs slippers worn during Season Two; and the purple coat and pants she wears on-screen in the fourth-season episode “From Dancing Mice to Psychopaths”; and Cosima’s traditional Ukranian outfit (shirt, skirt, boots, belt and headpiece) from the third-season premiere. Don’t miss your chance to own a piece of the groundbreaking series Orphan Black – click here and get in on the bidding today!