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: a font made entirely of plastic toys, stamps featuring the works of British fashion designers, and malaria-fighting clothing.
Toy Font by Joshua Scott: For a recent feature for Bullett Magazine, photographer Joshua Scott used thousands of children’s toys and Giorgio Sans Bold to explore the perception of youth. Click for Barbie boots and nostalgia. (Trendland)
Just in Case Survival Kit: Mexican ad and branding agency Menosunocerouno created an end of the world survival kit equipped with chocolate, a notebook, matches, and more. (Beautiful Life)
Ryan Lochte Covers Vogue: Six-time Olympic-medal-winning swimmer Ryan Lochte covers the June issue of Vogue, becoming the fourth man ever to do so. He’s accompanied by soccer player Hope Solo and tennis champ Serena Williams. (The Cut)
British Fashion Stamps by Johnson Banks: In an ode British fashion, Johnson Banks has created a series of stamps adorned with looks by designers like Alexander McQueen, Paul Smith, and Vivienne Westwood. (designboom)
Malaria-Fighting Fashion Developed at Cornell: Two students from Cornell have created a line of stylish clothing featuring insect-repelling fabrics that prevent the spread of malaria. (designboom)
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The Hipster Hunt: Lorena Galliot, a French journalist who now calls New York home, is on a mission to determine what a hipster is once and for all. (Design Taxi)
Books with Eco-friendly Tips: In the most recent post for her weekly advice column, Umbra shares some of her top picks for books filled with eco-friendly tips. (Grist)
Hello Kitty Airways: EVA Air has embraced Hello Kitty fandom to a T, decking out everything from their seats to their food with the Hello Kitty touch. (We Heart)
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