Check out this incredible animated short film from the wonderful imagination of Jake Fried. It was created from hand-drawn illustrions drawn with ink, coffee, and white out. The texture of the animation is stunning.
Some people paint with acryllic paint, others use oil, and then there are people that simply take what’s left of their day to day beverage and create beautiful art with it. At least, that’s what Red Hong did. She claims that her project took about twelve hours to finish. I wonder how many cups of coffee she had in the process?
Have you ever found yourself just a tinge envious of those artful baristas whipping up little works of art on your latte like some sort of hotshot bartender? If you have — and I know you have — Megan Herbert’s charming little cake and coffee stencils are just the thing to bring out your closet food artist.
There is no doubt that the Coffee Art is one of the most appetizing demonstrations of ephemeral art. Australian, Scottie Callahan, Barista at the Belaroma Coffee Roasting Company, was named the World Champion of the Latte Art Championship in 2006 and the Australian Bartender Championship in 2007, among other awards. And, yes, his work, featured [...]
Remember the days when coffee was coffee, and the only extra you’d get with a serving of Colombia’s finest was a splash of milk and a few teaspoons of fake sugar? Well, my friends, those days are long gone. Now every barista worth their weight in beans is able to craft intricate artworks out of magical brown dust. Heck, many of them are worthy of a place on the haloed walls of the Museum of Contemporary Art.