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.
Year 2013 has to come to end now, everyone must have many ups and downs in the past year but let’s overcome the issues with new passion and try to make 2014 an awesome year.
Inspirefusion also had ups and downs in the last year, some of the posts were appreciated very much and many people commented, voted and liked us on social media sites. Today I am sharing the top 10 most popular posts of 2013 based on the number of views. Let’s take a look.
Aya Sakai, Tokyo-based mother, has been taking some really adorable pictures of her son Tasuku and his best friend, a French bulldog ‘Muu’. She posts the photos on Instagram and her Facebook page.
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.
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.
Latte art is no more just a drawing on coffee because we now have new 3D latte art from Japanese artist Kazuki Yamamoto. 26-year old 3D latte artist Kazuki Yamamoto creates stunning foamy milk sculptures for visitors of Cafe 10g in Osaka. His incredible 3D latte art is not limited to single cup only but climbing from one mug into another as well.
His 3D latte art subjects vary from video game characters to manga and portraits of famous people like John Lennon or Albert Einstein. After anime coffee art and creative portraits on coffee by other artists we can say this young artist with amazing 3D latte art skills takes the coffee art to new heights. Keep up with his latest designs along with flat coffee art by following him on Twitter.
Mike Breach, a creative barista from The New York City, draws quick, intricate latte portraits that are enjoyed for only a moments before being consumed. Mike says he enjoys the quick connection he is able to make with people who are always surprised an excited about his art.
Mike was not well-known coffee artist but it all started a year ago when Mike was working in a hotel kitchen, he was so so bored that he started drawing things on coffee just to pass the time. Using toothpick he tried to teach himself how to create something in coffee foam. He started by doing hearts on his cups and people got really excited. He took it further and came up with the teddy bears (“the girls just love those”). He even created a portrait of that hotel boss (“he didn’t show it to him, but my coworkers and he laughed about it”).