December 19, 2011

Coffee Art by Dirceu Veiga

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Dirceu Veiga is a Brazillian Designer living in Curitiba ( South of Brazil ) and he really loves coffee. Mixing illustration and coffee, he creates amazing paintings using coffee as ink. Coffee Art is a painting technique that use just 100% coffee instead ink to paint instead of traditional paint.

He only uses 100% coffee in his paintings. Understandably, as coffee is used as the as the primary material for the work, the colours are predominantly brown . . . and more brown. However, by adding a dab of water here and there he manages to create a variety of different shades from the coffee and some of his work is pretty amazing - like the Hendrix painting above.

We can't wait for him to discover the world of Single Serve Coffee and perhaps do a series on just the coffee produced from one single serve coffee pod or K-Cup.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at December 19, 2011 7:43 AM
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