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: revisited childhood pastimes, Dave Franco’s PSA, and an edible fixie.
Absurd Sculptures by Daniel Eatock: Daniel Eatock has paired seemingly unrelated objects to form absurd results. (Booooooom)
Back to Childhood Series by Julien Mauve: Photographer Julien Mauve has captured some popular childhood pastimes… only with adults. Click for Twister, doodling, and more. (Fubiz)
Child Safety PSA with Dave Franco: Dave Franco has teamed up with Complex Magazine to give kids a few safety guidelines. (Vulture)
Edible Fixie by Fabian Öhrn: Swedish photographer Fabian Öhrn has created a bicycle made entirely of food. Talk about being sustainable. (Trendland)
Kimchi Philly Cheesesteak Sandwich: You read that correctly: here’s a recipe combining spicy Korean cabbage with a classic Philly cheesesteak. Taste buds rejoice. (Spoon Fork Bacon)
B*tches in Bookshops: These two book-lovin’ gals have created a hilarious spoof of Kanye and Jay-Z’s hit, “N***** in Paris.” With a beginning like this — “Read so hard librarians tryin’ ta FINE me…” — I doubt you need any more convincing. (Read So Hard)
Lemme Tweet That For You: Now you can literally put your own words in someone else’s mouth. Just pick any Twitter user you’d like and type away. Fake tweets and misunderstandings for all! (LTTFY)
Coachella Killchella: Bringing up the topic of Coachella can be a touchy one, especially if you’ve got tickets and your friends don’t. Hopefully your conversation won’t escalate to homicide, like in this video. (LAist)
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