Every year, Intuit purchases a 30-second Super Bowl ad slot and runs a “Small Business Big Game” contest where they give the spot away to a deserving small business. Round Lake, New York-based Death Wish Coffee managed to take the prize this year with their commercial, “Storm’s a-Brewin’” featuring a ship filled to the brim with tough Vikings who represent the strength of their cup of coffee. While the Vikings are getting pumped up for an upcoming battle, they ride the boat over a waterfall and into a coffee-chugging man’s mouth. The ad will be aired on February 7th, 2016 during Super Bowl 50.
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Here are my coffee cats :) Each has its own character, as well as every type of coffee has its own flavour. So, good morning, we start from an ordinary americano coffee cat …And then a sweet cappuccino cat…Macchiato, “stained coffee” (it’s an espresso with a small amount of milk added). And a macchiato cat, with white paws and original temperament…And, of course, classic espresso. Where is she sneaking?
images by Elena Efremova
If you’re addicted to pour-over and know your barista by name, you’re a product of third wave coffee. This latest stage of coffee consumerism?—?which has bred a generation of java obsessives?—?is the product of places like Stumptown and Intelligensia focusing as much on the coffee buying and drinking experience as on the brew itself.
Stelios Mousarris, a Cypriot-based furniture designer, has crafted “Wave City” a stunning coffee table that was heavily inspired by the 2010 science fiction thriller Inception and features a beautifully detailed city skyline that appears to be forever folding in on itself. The table is available for purchase via special order.
Inspired by a film this table is a well balanced mixture of wood, steel and 3D printed technology.
images via Stelios Mousarris
Illustrator and animator Shmorky created “This is Fine,” one of ten amusing animated commercial bumpers made for Adult Swim that are based on Gunshow webcomics originally written and drawn by artist KC Green. The first animated bumper features a dog named Question Hound, voiced by Dana Snyder (Master Shake), who is totally okay with drinking coffee while his home quickly burns down around him.