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: DIY perspex earrings, stop signs that say much more, and True Blood promo posters.
Stop Sign Typo Project by Changing Lines: The people behind Changing Lines have combined their love of typography and humor to create hilarious messages on stop signs. (Whudat)
The Original Adam Brody: Adam Brody of The O.C. fame has a few projects in the works and shows off a few sleek get-ups for GQ. (GQ)
New True Blood Promo Posters: With less than a month until the season premiere of the campy vampire thriller, HBO has released a series of promo posters featuring the stars of the show. Click for Eric Northman, Sookie Stackhouse, and Alcide Herveaux. (Vulture)
DIY Perspex Earrings: Both parts Dutch fashion blogger and probable DIY queen, Ivania Carpio has created a pair of perspex earrings with a quick guide on how you can do the same. (Love Aesthetics)
If Pinterest Were Created in the 90’s: Apparently if the online bulletin board was created a couple decades earlier, it would be represented by cheesy informercials with a monotonous voice-over and tons of clip art. (Design Taxi)
Troll High-Fiving in Pisa: Romanian blogger and IRL troll Darius Groza gave oblivious tourists visiting Pisa, Italy high-fives as they were pretending to hold the eponymous tower up from a far. (Design Taxi)
Lesbian and Gay Rights in the World: The LA Times has created a map displaying how governments treat the gay and lesbian communities across the world. While many countries provide protection and recognition, others are far from condoning. (Los Angeles Times)
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