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: the Google Image Dictionary, crispy baked falafel, and the ethics behind “ethnic” prints.
Multiple Exposure Photographs: Photographer Stephanie Jung has created a series of gorgeous multiple exposure photos depicting scenes from Japan. (Booooooom)
Google Image Dictionary: UK-based artists Felix Hayes and Ben West have created a dictionary entitled “Google” with images found on the search engine that represent each of the 21,000 words found in a standard English dictionary. (designboom)
Ethical Style: Should You Really Wear That ‘Ethnic’ Print?: In the latest installment of their Ethical Style series, Tabea Kay and Jessica De Jesus explore the ramifications of wearing different “ethnic” patterns through cases such as Urban Outfitters “Navajo” panties. (GOOD)
Crispy Baked Falafel: Kate, along with her quirky mutt Cookie, has adapted a recipe for pan-baked falafel with creamy tahini and dill dressing over a fresh spring mix salad. (Cookie + Kate)
Pinterest IRL: Comediva and The Blush have joined sources to share the dire symptoms of a Pinterest addiction, aptly known as Pinsanity. Both hilarity and genuine fear will ensue. (Design Taxi)
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