Sorry, Unicorn Frappuccino, but there is a new coffee drink that is taking over the internet. Coffee artist Kangbin Lee is churning out elaborate and colorful paintings on the lattes he serves at his coffee house, Caf? C. in Seoul, Korea. Lee’s java art, which he calls “Creamart” is catching the eyes of millions because he uses colorful coffee creamer to create intricate portraits, flowers, popular cartoon characters, and even famous paintings. And to think, you just loved your coffee for its morning caffeine boost!
You probably don’t want your coffee at night, but this latte inspired by Starry Night is the perfect drink to start your day.
If every barista just put your portrait on your coffee, you’d never have to wonder which cup belongs to you.
Sure they are all beautiful, but how do they taste? “Creamart is cold coffee,” Lee writes on Instagram. “Even though time goes by, the taste does not change. This is very, very extremely important … because I am a barista.”
No matter which season you love best, Lee has you covered with a gorgeous flower for every day of the year.
Dreaming of planning your next vacation? Let this beautiful ship on top of a latte inspire you.
How could you not have a great day when this sweet face looking at your while you sip your coffee?
Since Lee’s Creamart has become so popular, he is now taking reservations in order to make each intricate cup, but he is, however, sharing his tips and tricks on Instagram so you can learn how to make your own Creamart at home. Something tells me, my coffee still won’t look anything like his!