This Awesome Tiny Landscape In A Coffee Cup

Amazing coffee cup art by artist Yukihiro Kaneuchi.

When a product is created, it is as though new born, with no memory or understanding of the world around it. These relationships are formed through user interaction over time, the product “ages” and gains knowledge of it’s purpose in the world.The stain’s image is a representation of the products feelings, memory as the product ages through use. Continue reading »

This Cozy Coffee Shop Was Inserted In An Apartment Block In Overpopulated Chinese City

Architecture firm FANAF, have designed the Pause Cafe that’s nestled within a 1980s apartment building in Nanjing, China. Continue reading »

This 3D Printed Coffee Table Shows Art As Seen Under The Microscope

Scientists have long been fascinated with viewing objects under the microscope, and it’s easy to see why. You get a fresh perspective on everyday items that look completely different under the lens. With pretty patterns and vivid colors, there’s a sense of surprise when you get a closer look at images that can’t be seen with the naked eye. Continue reading »

Coffee Served In A Cone? Enjoy This Unique Drink At A Specialty Cafes Around The World!

#coffeeinacone is a concept developed by Dayne Levinrad to bring some much needed innovation and excitement into the coffee industry worldwide. Dayne mastered his Coffee skill in Australia for 4 years and has consulted in Brazil and America helping various Coffee shops develop products. Continue reading »

Korean Barista Creates Impressive Art On Your Coffee Foam

The very popular Korean barista Lee Kang Bin is a specialist of coffee art, creating real pieces of art on your coffee foam! In addition to his personal creations, delicate and detailed, he also enjoys paying tribute to pop culture or art history, from Bambi to Vincent van Gogh through Alice in Wonderland or Pikachu. Continue reading »

An Artist Creates Mesmerizing Kinetic Sand Drawings Coffee Tables

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Bruce Shapiro is an artist standing behind this unusual tables which will mesmerize you few moments after you start watching them. This kinetic sand drawing machines in a form of tables trace beautiful patterns in thin layers of sand by a movement of a metal ball. He named this project Sisyphus, alluding to infinity of motion and struggles of the hero from the Greek myth, just like a ball seems to roll endlessly creating beautiful patterns in the sand under the surface of a coffee table. Continue reading »

Functional Mixtape Coffee Tables

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Catering to musicians and music lovers alike, Los Angeles-based company TAYBLES has created a functional piece of furniture that also acts as a nostalgic throwback to the time of homemade mixtapes. The trio of artists behind the company produces cassette tape coffee tables, each work crafted from hardwood and sealed with clear epoxy. Every table also comes with a classic cassette label affixed to the top, and LED lights hidden within the center of the mixtape’s holes. Continue reading »

We’ll Just Happen To Serve Great Coffee In The Company Of Homeless Cats With Leukemia

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A family of homeless cats with leukemia are “sentenced for life” because their probabilities of being adopted are so low. Their only choice of having a better life was to develop a business plan to create their dream home with all the comfort. This includes human visits to scratch their backs. Continue reading »

Artist Uses Coffee Spills To Create Cute Coffee Monsters

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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. Continue reading »

Inception Coffee Table By Stelios Mousarris

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Cyprus-based designer Stelios Mousarris created the ‘Wave City Coffee Table‘, a curved table that features the design of a cityscape, which appears to be lifted upside down. Made of wood and steel, the structure of the table was achieved using 3D printing technology. On the idea behind it, the designer says that he was inspired by the movie ‘Inception’. Continue reading »

You’ll Want To Be Seen With One Of These Starbucks Coffee Cups

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Unlike millions of people who toss away their used Starbucks cups each day, 20-year-old artist Carrah Aldridge sees them as the perfect canvas to express herself. Armed with a white gel pen, trusty Sharpie and colour pens she spends hours turning the iconic paper cups into unique and eye-catching artworks. Continue reading »

Coffee Kiss by Jang Woo-Seok

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“Take ‘Kiss’ Out” is a coffee cup lid designed by Korean designer Jang Woo-Seok. It features puckered lips and a nose – as much human face as a lid needs for a kiss. So smooch your cup first thing in the morning! Continue reading »

This Artist Uses Leftover Coffee To Create Beautiful Artworks

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Painting with coffee and creating other food-based art is all the rage right now. Occasionally, though, someone comes along and ups the ante a bit, pushing the trend even further. One such artist is Ghidaq al-Nizar, who creates magical little scenes using the remnants of his morning brew. Continue reading »

The Breaking Bad-Themed Coffee Shop Has Just Opened In Istanbul

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The coolest Entrepreneur Deniz Kosan created Walter’s Coffee Roastery It is the world’s first Coffee Super Lab, opened in March 29th, 2015 in Moda, Kadikoy, Istanbul. He designed it inspired by his favorite TV series Breaking Bad and. Continue reading »

Iconic Images Painted With Coffee by Maria A. Aristidou

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Artist and illustrator Maria A. Aristidou has an interesting new project. She has ditched the paints and now uses a more unusual medium, coffee! Maria said that she did her first coffee illustration by accident, but liked the results so much that she chose to create more. She enjoys making coffee paintings of some of her favorite people, characters and animals. To create this effect, she uses water paper and up to five different coffee blends, depending on the subject. Let’s check it out! Continue reading »