The Sunday Best: Subway Map Cuffs & Pink Deviled Eggs

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: cuff bracelets of major subway systems, pink deviled eggs, and the app that can help limit your junk mail.

City DNA Paintings by Lu Xinjian: Chinese painter Lu Xinjian has created maps of the world’s urban centers, including Moscow (above), Stockholm, and Los Angeles, based on aerial views produced by Google Earth. (designboom) 

Brand Spirit by Andrew Miller: Andrew Miller has reduced branded products to their purest forms in this 100-day photo project. Products include Heinz ketchup, Tabasco hot sauce, and Wite-Out. (Trendland)

Subway Map Cuff Bracelets by Designhype: Show your public transportation pride with these cuffs of subway maps in Paris, London, NYC, and Milan. (The Atlantic Cities)

Pink Deviled Eggs: Be the life of your next dinner party by bringing along with these beet-pickled deviled eggs. (The Year In Food)

Quinoa Spring Sushi: Sarah Britton of My New Roots has developed a recipe for quinoa spring sushi and quick-pickled ginger that will satisfy health fiends and sushi lovers alike. (My New Roots)

A Guide to Living Like the 1% (On a 99% Budget): Often the optimist, Good has created a hilarious, albeit somewhat satirical, guide on how to live like a Wall Street financier on an average American’s salary. Click for secret societies and yachting adventures. (Good)

Twitter Feed Toilet Paper: Shitter lets you create toilet paper featuring your least favorite Twitter feed. Look at this as a way to flip the bird to those perpetual retweeters. (SFist)

SXSW 2012 Startup Siege: This infographic shows some of the websites launched from obscurity to internet stardom at SXSW, including Twitter and Foursquare. Click for the next big things. (Promotional Codes)

The Boxcar Grocer, Healthy Corner Store: Creating a healthy haven for fresh, organic food, Alison Cross and her brother Alphonzo started The Boxcar Grocer as an alternative to the traditionally unhealthy and relatively expensive corner stores found in Atlanta and throughout cities nationally. (Grist)

Junk Mail Reduction App by PaperKarma: In an effort to reduce unwanted junk mail and wasted paper, PaperKarma allows users to snap a photo of the mail in question and works to unsubscribe them from the sources. (Springwise)

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