Cardona — with a focus on coffee, robots, aliens, and other pop culture imagery — has created a series of throw-away cups that are worth keeping. As a matter of fact, Cardona is selling some of the series, with profits being donated to Project Night Night.
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Sure, coffee is delicious and makes mornings tolerable… But do you know the difference between a Toddy Cold Brew and a Cortado? Pop Chart Lab does, and has brought to us The Compendious Coffee Chart — a handy graphic of mad coffee knowledge.
So now you’ll know what goes into a Vietnamese Ca Phe or what a Turkish Cezve looks like. Or, perhaps you don’t care what the delivery system is, as long as the caffeine gets to where it needs to go — immediately and right now! Either way, get educated here, and pick up a print.
Whereas most people would be breaking out the club soda or Zout, artist Angela Mercedes Donna Otto turns spilled drink stains into works of art. Using something called “apophenia” — an innate tendency to construct order amongst chaos — Otto takes the random patterns of deliberately-spilled drinks, then connects them to create perceptible characters. See more of Otto’s work here.
Artist Ben Blake believes that “coffee inspires creativity.” So he uses that theory to celebrate coffee and coffee culture — one filter at a time. Featured on his site, Draw Coffee, Blake uses his mastery of typography and mad doodling skills, to create clever illustrations of almost anything coffee-related.
When in its standard-issue grape or strawberry flavor, jelly is usually nothing more than a gelatinous Garfunkel to a peanut butter Simon. Coffee Jelly looks to change all of that, and needs to harmonize with no one. Brought to us by Instructables, the rather simple recipe can be the first step to having a completely gelatinous breakfast. Now someone just needs to come up with Bacon and Eggs Jelly.
It’s actually been described as having a slightly bittersweet “caramel-ly” taste that complements vanilla ice cream, or makes a great marinade. The technique can be found here.