Living inside ordinary coffee cups are these creative dioramas by Anastassia Elias.
Intricately carved out of the cup’s cardboard, the scenes are then back-lit to create mood and scale. See more below and over at Elias’ Facebook page here.
The mugs are only part of Kowalczyk’s works, which use oft-discarded and used materials as inspiration. The mugs are totally usable, while each piece is unique — using different textures, stickers and packing tape.
Check them out at Tim’s Etsy shop here.
Cereal and coffee is a great way to start the day. Cereal on coffee is infinitely better.
Rad Coffee, in Upland, California, is here to make our breakfast dreams come true. Not only do they make delicious coffee drinks, but they’ll cater to your inner-child by topping it with a pile of classic cereal.
Cookie Crisp, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Cap’n Crunch, Trix and others, make an appearance on Rad Coffee’s blended drinks. No free prize inside, though [sigh].
The authentic-looking helmet comes complete with 64 oz. glass carafe, visor, and a permanent built-in filter. The coffee maker also says “Start your engines,” amid an engine roaring, to help keep you enthused before the caffeine does its thing.
Check it out here.
If you’re looking for furniture to help tie together your Mandalorian death-themed room, this Boba Fett Coffee Table is here to help.
Created by Tom Spina Designs for a client’s home theater, the coffee table depicts Boba Fett’s unfortunate demise after falling into the Sarlacc pit. Seen is the bounty hunter struggling to escape, while the pit slowly begins to digest him. Who wants coffee?