Latte art is no more just a drawing on coffee because we now have new 3D latte art from Japanese artist Kazuki Yamamoto. 26-year old 3D latte artist Kazuki Yamamoto creates stunning foamy milk sculptures for visitors of Cafe 10g in Osaka. His incredible 3D latte art is not limited to single cup only but climbing from one mug into another as well.
See more incredible 3D latte art designs on InspireFusion.
Creative artist Hans Chung from San Francisco creates solid chocolate replica of a Canon D60 camera with battery grip. It takes 5 pounds of chocolate to make each camera and Hans Chung mentions on his Etsy shop that he will make only 5 more chocolate cameras on-demand.
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Unknown biker wearing a skull mask spotted during the Harley Davidson National Rally in China. This is such a cool ghost rider cosplay. (via)
These beautiful and colorful umbrellas suspended from the mid air spotted by Flickr photographer Patricia Almeida during her visit to Águeda (a Portuguese town) in the month of July. Patricia says, “Walking under that sky made of umbrellas reminded me of Alice in Wonderland. It is something completely unexpected that made me smile.”
Tortoise-lover Katie Bradley, from Vancouver, USA crochets the outfits for tortoises. She started crocheting tortoise outfits as a family joke for her seven pet tortoises but soon after posting the pictures of the cosy outfits on her tortoise blog, she was flooded with requests to make coats for tortoises around the globe.
Maki Yamada, former web designer from Japan, has introduced a new online shop “pet-a-porter” where owners can buy their pampered pets’ outfits ranging from the comical to the glamorous; including wedding dresses to tank tops and even hats with hair extensions.
Russian artist Victoria Tsarkova has created a funny series of portraits of the key figures from the world of politics and culture, mashing them up in really unexpected way. Her project called “No Politics. Just a Joke” includes the funny portrait of Russian President Vladimir Putin, the controversial Italian Politician Silvio Berlusconi and the Queen of England. It also has some big names from the past like Adolf Hitler, Steve Jobs and Joseph Stalin.
40 years old talented artisan from the Nigerian city of Ibadan has covered his car inside and outside from woven raffia palm cane. source
Tariq Javaid, a long-time resident of the Emirates, had a dream to decorate a car in a way which no one has attempted before. As the momentous occasion of the UAE’s 40th anniversary came closer, he decided to decorate his son’s 1998 model Chevrolet Camaro with Emirati coins.
It took about 3,000 hours to complete the car fully decorated with UAE coins. The process involves initial pasting, cleaning, polishing and then adding the final lacquer application. It does not end there because he also added the UAE flag and tower on the roof of the car for which he used 543 coins.