This weekend has been my first peaceful weekend in like a month. It was so nice to get out, get some sun and not feel guilty about impending essay deadlines or whatnot. Here's what I loved on the internet this week:
How cool is this shark onesie? Actually it's called a Sharkini and I'm not sure I'd really wear it but I like the idea.
I included some of the new Black Milk Harry Potter range on my birthday wishlist but really I want them all. Check out the full range here.
J.K. Rowling is writing a Harry Potter spin-off movie. I am cautiously optimistic about this particular piece of news.
And keeping with the Harry Potter theme, can someone please make me these house tie cookies? Pretty please?
There is such a thing as Hello Kitty Beer!! It's fruity flavoured and adorably cute:
If you ever find yourself in Taiwan, you can stay in a Batman themed room. Awesome.
These photos of Europe's jeweled skeletons are breathtaking and creepy all at once.
These Villan Affirmation Posters by Christopher Ables are super cool. I especially like the Professor Snape one.
I may have posted this before but check out The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows. It's a pretty interesting read.
Look at my new phone cover...so perfect:
Label.M have released a Powder Pink Spray that temporarily turns your hair an awesome shade of pastel pink. Must have. Must.
I love this DIY Braided Hex Nut Bracelet from Honestly WTF. Definitely on my list of things to try.
Wild Birds Flying is a stunning photo series by Paul Nelson. It features high-speed shots of exactly what the name suggests - Wild Birds Flying.
Star Wars Spin-Offs Will Be Origin Stories. I quite like this idea to be honest. I'm hoping for a Boba Fett story..
Check out this super cool Lego art that I bought at yesterday's I Heart Market. He was created by Big Kid Art who are new to the market and have tons of awesome pieces. I could've easily walked away with 2 or 3 or 10:
A Curious Bestiary is original art by Kaitlin Beckett and it's the perfect combination of quirky and unusual.
25 Jokes Only Book Nerds Will Understand. I must admit that I didn't get all of them...
Guillermo Del Toro is curating a set of horror books for Penguin. Such a cool combination!!
And lastly, I leave you with PuppyCat's Fairy Tale from Bee and PuppyCat.
Seen anything you love this week? Let me know in the comments:)