Pipemug, A Coffee Mug Bong

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Wake and bake just got a lot more convenient… Pipemug will help you do both the ‘waking’ and ‘baking’ part in one handy vessel.

Fill the mug part with your favorite brew, and then pack the front with your favorite bud. The caffeine will help get the day started with a little extra energy, while the weed will mellow you back out.

So, you’ll probably feel exactly the same as when you started. Cool mug, though.

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[link, via Supercompressor]

The Goat Horn Coffee Mug Is Practical, Pointy

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Inspired by the animal that allegedly discovered coffee, the Goat Mug is here.

Shaped like a goat horn, the design allows the drinker to get every last drop from their mug, while an included strap gives you goat horn coffee on-the-go. Bonus… when the leather sleeve is turned over, it will hold your beverage for you.

The Goat Mug is currently in Kickstarter phase, but has already reached their target goal, ten-fold. We’ll all be drinking out of a plastic horn in no time.

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[link, via Lost At E Minor]

The Joystick Mug Will Help Navigate Through Breakfast

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Game on! The 3D Arcade Joystick will help power up breakfast… that and all the caffeine in it.

Either way, grab a hold and let’s get the day started — vintage arcade style. Available here.

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This Realistic Cat Latte Art Is Everything

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Latte art is very popular, and as far as the internet is concerned, there is nothing more interesting than cats.

Thanks to Japanese Twitter user @dongurinekobei, the two have come together with these realistic latte drawings. Inspired by her own collection of felines, the foam art looks so much like the real thing, that the coffee seems poised to eventually claw your eyes out.

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[link, via designtaxi]

Artist Adds A New Dimension To Starbucks Cup Art

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We’ve certainly seen our share of coffee cup art… especially artists taking liberties with the Starbucks mermaid.

South Korean artist Soo Min Kim takes the medium of disposable coffee cup art a step further, by compromising the cup itself, and having a little fun with the ubiquitous mermaid.

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[link, via Neatorama]