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Cute Marshmallow Cats For Your Coffee & Tea

Marshmallow Cats

Japanese Marshmallow shop Yawahada selling cute cat and paw shaped marshmallows for your coffee and tea. The bottoms of these adorable marshmallow cats & paws are made heavy so they can float perfectly and peak out the top of your drink. They’re available in sets for about 840 yen, or about ten bucks.

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Camera-Shaped Coffee House

Camera-Shaped Coffee House

A two-storey rectangular coffee shop modeled in the shape of a vintage rolleiflex twin lens camera built by a former helicopter pilot. He has great passion for photography and vintage cameras, and lives in the house next door with his family.

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Paper Coffee Cups Turned Into Works of Art

Coffee Cup Art by Miguel Cardona

Designer and illustrator Miguel Cardona has gained a great reputation for creating some really incredible sketches on throw-away paper coffee cups. The talented artist has made illustrations of famous pop culture characters and icons such as the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, Walter White of Breaking Bad and Grumpy Cat.

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Beautiful Knitted Sweaters For Your Coffee Mugs

Mug Sweaters

The design team at Nawonowe has created these adorable Mug Sweaters that would keep your mug warm and looking pretty. They are also great for shielding your hands from a cup of too-hot beverage.

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Melting Clock Latte Art by Kazuki Yamamoto

Melting Clock Latte Art by Kazuki Yamamoto

Japanse latte artist Kazuki Yamamoto once again in the spotlight for his new latte artwork. This time it’s a melting clock latte art, an ode to Salvador Dali’s famous 1931 painting, The Persistence of Memory. His amazing 3D latte art previously featured on Inspire Fusion.

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Amazing Coffee Painting Art by Dirceu Vegia

We have seen amazing coffee art examples in the past but did you ever thought of using coffee as ink for painting? This is what exactly the Brazilian artist Dirceu Vegia does. He creates amazing coffee paintings using 100% coffee as ink.

Dirceu Vegia is a Brazilian designer living in Curitiba (south of Brazil). He started his career in 1994 as an illustrator artist for children’s book in several publishing companies. In 2007 he started to mix his two passions: coffee and illustrations. Let’s take a look at some of his creative coffee art paintings.

Charlie Chaplin Coffee Painting

Charlie Chaplin Coffee Paint by Dirceu Vegia

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