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: 30 images of female protesters throughout history, Pantone tarts, and hand-cut paper sculptures.
Hand-Cut Paper Sculpture by Jen Stark: Jen Stark has created sculptures made completely of layers and layers of paper. (designboom)
Fresh Guacamole: Animator PES has created a stop-motion video using ordinary objects like dice and holiday lights to make tortilla chip’s yummiest companion. (Colossal)
Iconic Personalities Captured by Darcel: Your favorite figures in fashion (read: the Olsen twins, Bill Cunningham, and Karl Lagerfeld, to name a few) have been portrayed as something that could easily star in Monsters, Inc. (Trendland)
The Cut’s Street Style Olympics: The gals over at New York Magazine’s The Cut have crowned the winners of their semiannual street style olympics. (The Cut)
Pantone Tarts by Emilie de Griottes: Emilie de Griottes just made choosing the right color paint for your walls a whole lot tastier with Pantone tarts. (designboom)
Kimbap: Our favorite food bloggers have created a step-by-step recipe for Korean style sushi rolls, or kimbap. (Spoon Fork Bacon)
Motherf*cking Bike: Sons of Science have made a hilarious music video of hipster-clad cyclists discussing the joys of sharing the road with cars. Watch for arbitrary facial hair. (Sons of Science)
30 Images of Female Protestors: In celebration of International Women’s Day, here are thirty images of female protesters throughout the decades. (EcoSalon)
Bone Marrow Registry Kit by Help Remedies: The next time you prick your finger you can save a life with Help Remedies’ pack of bandages that comes with an at-home bone marrow registry kit. (Good)
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