It looks like people never get rid of their fondness of rainbow color. With the help of technology, they started to apply their fondness to the food and the new invention is “Rainbow Lattees”. First created by Las Vegas-based barista Mason Salisbury who gave the tie-dye treatment to everyone’s favourite caffeinated beverage – lattes. By skilfully adding food coloring to the foam, he created some amazing results. Honestly, those lattes look great, but I still don’t have to have some extra food coloring just for its pretty appearance. How about you?
Michael Breach is one of the top coffee artists in the United States, his work represents his enjoyment of coffee, popular culture, and the therapeutic process of creating the art itself. He can use foam to create very realistic portraits such as Walter White, Jabba the Hut, Tupac, Daenerys Targaryen or normal people like you and me. The only question left now is would you drink a coffee with your portrait on it?
“Coffee Art” isn’t something new in Japan. Not matter it is 3D Cute Foamy Sculptures or 2D Anime Swirl Art, those Japanese artists are really good at playing with formy milk and create stunning latte art. Today, we will introduce you another set of amazing latte art “Latte Cat”, spotted by Twitter user @dongurinekobei. These extremely-detailed cat drawings showcase subtle changes in shading, glints in the felines’ eyes, and remarkably thin whiskers, which is definitely not something you can expect from your coffee. It is just so real that you don’t even want to destory it by sipping the coffee.
Latte Artists are not just satisfied with drawing on coffee any more. After Creative Anime Coffee Swirl Art, now we get this incredible 3D Latte Sculpture by Japanese artist Kazuki Yamamoto. This 26-year old latte artist, based in Osaka, creates actual 3D foamy milk sculptures. Actually, Kazuki took one step further – his foamy milk sculpture is not only staying in one cup but climbing from one mug into another as well. It is literary thinking out of “CUP”! Keep up with his latest designs by following him on Twitter where you can also see his impressive flat designs.