Coffee Anyone?

Amazing, fun, mind blogging talent. To create such incredible art only to have it dissolve within minutes really brings home the point that it’s all about the journey, not the destination (end goal). Some of us never get “there.” Wishing all my terrific cyber family a smile today.

A Daily Thought

Some People Should Never, Ever Quit Their Day Jobs

Kazuki Yamamoto is a Japanese barista who constructs eye-popping works of 3D art using just foam and coffee.

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Try Asking for One of These at Starbucks

Within the six years Yamamoto has been working at a coffee shop in Osaka, he’s racked up more than 100,000 Twitter followers obsessed with his latte art.

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He’s like Picasso on Speed

Yamamoto must work quickly to satisfy customers’ desires for a fresh cup of Joe. He claims he completes each work of art in under four minutes, so the coffee is still hot when he serves it.

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Sometimes One Cup Is Not Enough

Some of his creations even climb out of their cups and reach out to others ( I’m afraid those fish are not long for this world…)

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Fans Say He’s Also a Real Nice Guy

In the past, he’s created latte…

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40 Responses to Coffee Anyone?

  1. tazzielove says:

    Wow, that’s incredible. And, so true that it’s about the process… Love this one.

  2. I love stuff like this. So fun. So creative. So happy. 🙂

  3. This is no run-of-the-mill road show. WOW.

  4. sknicholls says:

    I love this. We have a coffee shop here in Orlando that does this creatively magic coffee serving. So much fun.

  5. 68ghia says:

    Now this is more my cup of, erm, coffee 😉
    he really is an amazing artist!

  6. barb19 says:

    Amazing! He is very talented (and patient).

  7. FlaHam says:

    Paulette, I recently saw something on TV about this artist, and that it only take about 4 or 5 minutes to spruce up your coffee. I have 4 or 5 minutes. I might try this. Take care, Bill

  8. natuurfreak says:

    He is a really artist..a cup of coffee to beautiful to start drinking it up.

  9. WordsFallFromMyEyes says:

    That is EXCEPTIONAL, so exceptional.

  10. jmsabbagh says:

    Superb post.Very creative process. l like it.Regards.jalal

  11. Clowie says:

    It’s impossible not to smile at some of those. They really are works of art!

  12. What a fun way to have a brew. Man’s imagination is so fun sometimes.
    Yisraela

  13. that should be a class like that oragami stuff! pawsome!

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