Artist Uses Coffee Spills To Create Cute Coffee Monsters


Little accidents and oopsies can be serendipitous sometimes. Stefan Kuhnigk is a copywriter and artist from Hamburg, Germany, who spilled a cup of coffee one day and – much in the same way that we used to see monsters in the dark when we were kids – saw a monster staring back at him from within the deepest depths of that cheerless puddle of java. The monster implored Stefan to free it, so Stefan picked up a pen and did, witlessly opening a dimensional portal for hordes of other monsters to keep coming over to our side: the Coffee Monsters have come.


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