Something out of the ordinary is brewing in Osaka, Japan. Yes, it’s about coffee, but not only that, it’s about a new artform which uses coffee as the main material. Who would ever think that 3D art can be brought to life using java! And now, it’s reaching dizzying heights.
Imagine this: you drop by at Starbucks and order cappucinno but this time with a giraffe art sticking out of your Cuppa. Or ask for latte with a floating Hello Kitty. Of course it will take a little longer than usual, but it will be well worth the wait because when your bean juice arrives, you’ll be delighted by the artwork presented right on your cup of brew. If you ask me I’ll be brimming with a wide smile before sipping my Cup o’ Joe.
Before showing you some stunning photos, I have to mention the artist’s name. It’s Kazuki Yamamoto. He is the barrista responsible for elevating the ordinary coffee into a legit artform. Look at the series of spectacular coffee art below:
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