45g e 1.5oz
A magnetized nail setter? At last… a smart, simple solution to end the war on smashed thumbs.
You don‘t even have to love coffee in order to appreciate these super creative latte foam artworks by Japanese artist Kazuki Yamamoto. And we‘re not talking about the little smiley faces or flat palm tree patterns: this 26-year old latte artist, based in Osaka, creates actual 3D foam sculptures in the coffee mugs of the Cafe10g visitors. This thinking outside the box – or, rather – outside the cup – even gave Kazuki the idea to make the coffee foam climb out of one cup and reach for another. That way you might be served with a cup of coffee where a cat is trying to get into another one next to it, where tiny fish are swimming.Cool coffee foam art by Kazuki Yamamoto
Besides these meticulous 3D sculptures, Kazuki also does some amazing flat latte art. His subjects vary from manga and video game characters to portraits of such people as Albert Einstein or John Lennon. Kazuki says his dream is to open up a his own cafe in Tokyo one day. For more 3d latte art, be sure to follow him on twitter.
The Cure for Greed
Every morning when I get up I check the weather on my phone. And then, just to torture myself, I check the weather in New York. Mmm. 2 Degrees celsius. So cold. Then I get up and go out into the world of 38 degrees celsius and melt into a big pool of sweat. So today I bring you my ‘winter come now’ DIY of little hand warmers. Pop them in the microwave while you make your coffee then into your jacket pocket so you can warm up your hands before your drive to work. Also good to stick in your gloves if you’re not driving (just make sure they’re not too hot!). And not only is this great tutorial easy to follow & make, they’re super cute too!