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: dissected LEGO men, Sriracha lollipops, and temporary tattoos of your (least) favorite vegetables.
Neon Art: Artist Olivia Steele has made neon lights expressing otherwise harmless statements much more provocative by pairing them with jarring historical imagery. (Trendland)
Giant Dissected LEGO Men: Manhattan-based artist and designer Jason Freeny has created 18″ LEGO men that have been dissected in half, adding morbidity to the childhood toys. (Colossal)
Vegetable Temporary Tattoos: The design fiends at Tattly have created a series of vegetable temporary tattoos, depicting everything from eggplant to broccoli. (Tattly)
Sriracha Lollipops: Heather Baird has created the perfect balance between hot and sweet in her recipe for Sriracha lollies. Taste with caution. (Sprinkle Bakes)
Official Trailer for Line of Sight: Lucas Brunelle’s trailer for his upcoming film, Line of Sight, features some of craziest cyclists you will ever see. That is, until you see the actual movie. (Grist)
Hiccup-Curing Lollipops: Mallory Kievman, a thirteen-year-old from Connecticut, has developed a lollipop containing apple cider vinegar and sugar to combat hiccups. (Springwise)
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