It's nice to have famous friends, especially when you're running for office.
Invisible Children, the nonprofit behind the KONY 2012 campaign, has asked supporters to spend April 20 raising awareness of the crimes of Ugandan militia leader and horrible person Joseph Kony. But how can you raise awareness? How about with one of the many KONY 2012 knockoffs available on Cafepress, Etsy and deviantART? Here's a lovingly curated selection:
Yarn and stitching artist Inge Jacobsen has painstakingly rendered two covers of Vogue using just yarn. Impressive! She better hope Vogue editrix Anna Wintour doesn't file suit for copyright infringement: After all, she couldn't like them too much given they're so arts and craftsy! But if I saw one of these on the side of a tote bag on Etsy, I'd so buy it. Click on the image above to expand. [via Today and Tomorrow]
Because you're not doing any real work this week (we're certainly not — can you tell??), we're happy to present you all with the pattern to make your own Peter Braunstein doll. All you need is a Dixie cup, some paper, tape and scissors, all of which should be easy to find around your office. Simply click the image below to enlarge: