Coffee Cup Art Left Behind For Others To Find


Starting the day off with coffee is good. Add some coffee cup art to the mix and suddenly your morning is a little bit more tolerable.

If you’re lucky enough to frequent the same coffee shop as artist Jimmy T., you could have that super-morning. Jimmy creates illustrations on takeaway coffee cups, and then leaves them behind for patrons of the shop to find.

Of course, this isn’t before Jimmy documents the drawings on his Tumblr blog, Morning Coffee Cup Art, where you can see his ongoing series.



[link, via Geeks Are Sexy]

Cappuccino Potato Chips Exist



Since you’re probably going to eat potato chips for breakfast anyway… Cappuccino Potato Chips now exist.

Part of Lay’s Do Us A Flavor campaign, where they crowdsource ideas for new chip varieties, the coffee chips are part of an experiment including Cheddar Bacon Mac & Cheese, Mango Salsa, and Wasabi Ginger. Voting to decide the official new flavor starts in 12 days.

Great… But can we get the cappuccino chips in half-caf, two-pump, extra-foam, mocha-choca? Asking for a friend.

[link, via Thrillist]

A Rum That Tastes Like Coffee and Cigarettes Exists


If you’re a rum drinker, then there’s a good chance that you’re no stranger to the combination of coffee and cigarettes.

Stolen Rum knows this, and has brought us Coffee and Cigarettes Rum. Now, did they actually go to the trouble of replicating the taste of a cigarette? Not really, but the rum is infused with roasted coffee and smoke flavor. So, you can be smelling just like your degenerate uncle in no time.

[link, via First We Feast]

Coffee Cups of The World, A Photo Series of Beautiful Takeaway Cups

Go Get Em Tiger, Los Angeles

Go Get Em Tiger, Los Angeles

As most of you may not realize — because there’s always that same green mermaid on your coffee — is that takeaway coffee cups are often an exercise in minimalist beauty and sharp graphic design.

Artist Henry Hargreaves sees the aesthetic appeal in these disposable items, and has documented drinking vessels from around the globe, with Coffee Cups of The World.

The series takes us through this often overlooked art form — from the minimalist approach, to the hard sell of garish colors or a humorous cartoon.


Vida, Cape Town


Intelligentsia, Los Angeles


Shaky Isles, Auckland


Wye General, Melbourne


Brain Wash Cafe, San Francisco


Blue Bottle, Oakland

[link, via designtaxi]

Watch A Coffee Expert Review Cheap Coffee


You might fancy yourself as a coffee snob, choosing to only drink from the finest Starbucks K-Cups. However, Wes Johansen is a bona fide coffee expert, having participated in the National Barista Competition.

So, when asked by BuzzFeed Video to taste and rate the type of coffee usually reserved for dead palates, i.e. Folgers, McCafe, 7-11, etc., the results are what you might expect. Please enjoy…