As the weather this weekend will not be that nice and we don't want you to get bored, we've collected our favourite things on the internet at the moment to keep you entertained, to shop, day dream and practise escapism.
I think blue is such a beautiful colour and I can't stop looking at images containing just blue. I am sharing my inspiration map for the week with you and I hope these images can calm you down as much as they do with me.
I used to love pressing flowers in massive thick books when I was a child. Not just flowers, leaves, grass, anything. But it's one of those things you forget about when you're in your 20s.
With Instagram, your feed is only as good as who you follow and I'm planning on making yours even better with my five favourite accounts du jour.
I first saw Diana Al-Hadid when she gave an amazing lecture on 'the blank page' at The Lost Lectures in New York. I was immediately fascinated by her large-scale sculptures and the modest but confident way she talked about her artworks and how they emerged from a blank page. My sister, who was sat next to me, felt the exact same so I thought it was time to introduce her work to you guys.
David Shrigley is an artist based in Glasgow who is best known for his cartoons full of black humour. His art works never fail to make me laugh and think and what more could you ask for?! My wish of having some of his works at home (I'm thinking guest bathroom) has become even bigger since I saw Sketch's walls being plastered with them, it looks amazing AND makes you chuckle. I'm sold. I have also planned that if I get married, the 'Perfect Match' piece should become my wedding invite. And the 'Lick my boots' one needs to go above my shoe rack. Me and Shrigley are going to be inseparable. "Because I make work that is image and text, it doesn't really need any explanation," so have a look at some of my favourites.