The Sunday Best is a weekly wrap-up of the greatest things that happened this week in art, entertainment, fashion, food, the interwebs, and sustainability. Church clothes optional.
Here’s a sneak peek of what we have in store for you this week: skull-themed lollipops, hipster kitty art, and the Twitter bot test.
Kris Tate’s Hipster-Friendly Illustrations: Kris Tate’s use of bears, triangles, and ugly sweaters in her illustrations provides perfect Tumblr fodder for the hipster inclined. (Beautiful/Decay)
Switcheroo by Hana Pesut: In an effort to explore social identity and self expression through clothing, Vancouver, Ca. based photographer Hana Pesut asked couples to pose in their own clothes and then switch with their partner. (Beautiful/Decay)
Creative Plates by Boguslaw Sliwinski: You can now combine your interests in eating and transportation with these illustrated plates. Cut veggies optional. (Beautiful Life)
Customized Eastpak Bags for Designers Against AIDS: Eastpak has invited over a 100 artists to design backpacks to raise HIV/AIDS awareness for Designers Against AIDS. Click for splattered paint, lamé, and holiday lights. (designboom)
Skull Popsicles by David Sykes: Although not designed to be a dramatic plea from nutritionists and dentists, these skull-themed lollies make satisfying your sweet tooth all the more cryptic. P.S. They’re also dipped in chocolate. (designboom)
Are You a Bot (or Not)?: A journalism class at The New School has come up with an algorithm to determine if your Twitter account is run by a bot or a human. Bottom line: cyborgs unite. (The Atlantic)
Unrealistic Comic Book Poses: Maxine Hagan and April Spencer, equal parts film students and besties, have created a series of photos exploring the sexist portrayal of female characters in comic books. (Maxi And April Have a Tumblr)
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