Latte Art is the art of fresh milk poured into a cup of coffee to create drawings on the coffee surface. Pictures of delicious Latte or Cappuccino coffee with beautiful texture may not be unfamiliar to young people today. To create such a product requires the bartender to have great ingenuity, meticulous and creative ability.
Putting aside traditional black and white patterns, Korean artist Lee Kang Bin demonstrated his amazing skills and creativity, making this art beast truly raised to a point. New high
The pictures are small, meticulous to detail painted on the coffee.
The works of Lee Kang Bin are still used on the material is the cup of Latte or Cappuccino coffee we still drink every day but with the support of food colors become more colorful and more cubes. His cups of coffee are more like paintings than incredible. Famous paintings like Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” or landscapes and cartoon characters. Almost nothing Lee can not paint on the foam.
Let’s take a look at his top works:
I want to overcome the limitations of traditional brewing art by giving the customers new and colorful coffees,” Lee said.
An unbelievably beautiful sunset on a small cup of coffee.
The blending of colors for the rose makes everyone amazed.
The painting “Starry Night” by the famous painter Van Gogh is painted on the white foam of traditional coffee.
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