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.



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Pop Culture Characters Reimagined As Cheeseburgers


We’ve all been hungry enough, where everything starts to look like cheeseburgers. Artist Philip Tseng recently created the series What If They Were Cheeseburgers? to toy with our emotions, turning pop culture characters into the object of our desire.

Fattening up a few superheroes such as Batman and Wolverine makes them more burger-like, while Mario isn’t much of a stretch. See more at Tseng’s site here.

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What Girl Scout Cookies Would Look Like If They Were Evil Treats


All year, we anticipate seeing those adorable little Girl Scouts in front of the supermarket, peddling their delicious cookies. But what if, instead of filling our lives and bellies with joy, Girl Scout Cookies were made made to spread misery and despair?

Artist Gemma Correll provides a visual on this unfortunate scenario, with Bad Girl Scout Cookies. Whether your boss forces you to buy a few boxes of their daughter’s Drag-A-Longs or Soylent Clusters — at least you’ll be helping to teach these young women some responsibility and entrepreneurism. Even if it’s at the expense of your colon.

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How To Make An Awesome Tiger Pancake


Round monochrome pancakes are so last year… Fancy illustrated pancakes are where it’s at. And, if you have a good non-stick pan and sick illustrating skills, you could have an awesome tiger pancake like this one.

Brought to us by imgur member SoNorthTheSunDoesntShine, there’s a handy step-by-step on how to do your own. Get yourself to art school first though.






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Discarded Coffee Cups Turned Into Awesome Works of Typography


Artist Rob Draper creates awesome illustrations on everyday objects. Coffee Time focuses on turning disposable and discarded coffee cups into typographical works of art.

The best part, considering that these are words applied to a coffee cup, Draper spells everything correctly. See more of his art here.







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