The Latte Art Looks More Like Painting Instead of Coffee

Forget those simple flowers and hearts. Kangbin Lee, a Korean barista has brought Latte art to a new level with his ingenuous technique he calls “Cremart”.

The Latte Art Looks More Like Painting

Unlike those brown and white patterns, the coffee artist added more colors to his coffee paintings. And each piece features beautiful details and rich colors. It’s hard to imagine how the artist finished the work on the liquid surface. In addition to his original paintings, Lee’s latte art also recreated some classic characters and scenes. We can see Beauty and Beast, Snow White, and even Vincent van Gogh’s Starry Night. But one thing is not clear, would you like to drink when you hold a cup of Lee’s latte?

The Latte Art Looks More Like Painting
The Latte Art Looks More Like Painting
The Latte Art Looks More Like Painting
The Latte Art Looks More Like Painting
The Latte Art Looks More Like Painting
The Latte Art Looks More Like Painting
The Latte Art Looks More Like Painting

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