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‘A Film About Coffee’, A Documentary About the Specialty Coffee Movement

A Film About Coffee is a documentary about the world of specialty coffee. The film traces specialty coffee production from coffee farms in Central America and Africa to the hip third wave cafés of the United States and Japan. A Film About Coffee is directed by Brandon Loper. The film’s website lists upcoming screenings.

Through the eyes and experiences of farmers and baristas, the film offers a unique overview of all the elements—the processes, preferences and preparations; traditions old and new—that come together to create the best cups. This is a film that bridges gaps both intellectual and geographical, evoking flavor and pleasure, and providing both as well.

A Film About Coffee

image via A Film About Coffee

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‘Coffee Time’, Typographic Art on Discarded Coffee Cups

Coffee Time by Rob Draper

In his series “Coffee Time”, artist Rob Draper creates wonderful hand-drawn typographic art on discarded coffee cups. He has more typographic work on his website. You can also follow along on his Tumblr blog and Instagram account.

Coffee Time by Rob Draper

Coffee Time by Rob Draper

Coffee Time by Rob Draper

Coffee Time by Rob Draper

photos by Rob Draper

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‘Dust & Grooves’, A Coffee Table Book Celebrating Amazing Record Collections

Dust & Grooves

Record collecting site Dust & Grooves has created a coffee table book featuring photos of some of the world’s greatest vinyl collections and profiles of the people who created them. Released in April 2014, the book features a dozen full-length interviews and an introduction by Wu Tang Clan rapper/producer, the RZA.

Dust & Grooves

Dust & Grooves

Dust & Grooves

Dust & Grooves

photos via Esquire

via Esquire

London Starbucks Barista Makes Elaborate Coffee Cup Drawings for His Favorite Customers

London Starbucks Barista Makes Elaborate Coffee Cup Drawings

Gabriel Nkweti Lafitte, a French artist and barista at a Central London Starbucks, creates beautiful drawings on coffee cups for his favorite customers. He makes the drawings at home in his free time—each piece takes up to 40 hours to make. You can peruse Lafitte’s art on his Facebook page.

London Starbucks Barista Makes Elaborate Coffee Cup Drawings

London Starbucks Barista Makes Elaborate Coffee Cup Drawings

London Starbucks Barista Makes Elaborate Coffee Cup Drawings

London Starbucks Barista Makes Elaborate Coffee Cup Drawings

photos via Gabriel Nkweti Lafitte

via Metro News

Priceless Reactions by Kids After Tasting Coffee for the Very First Time

The Huffington Post has created a fun video that shows priceless reactions by kids after they taste coffee for the very first time.

When you think back to your childhood, back when your taste buds were pure and your need for more energy was nonexistent, we bet you hated coffee.

As proof, we decided to give a sampling of kids their very first taste of coffee. We gave it to them black, and for their parents’ sake, we gave it to them decaffeinated.

Jack Vale Shocks Customers Who Order Bird Style Coffee by Gargling Their Coffee and Spitting It Back Into the Cup

Prankster Jack Vale recently shocked a lot of customers at Coffee Villa in Vancouver, Washington with his brand new prank. When unsuspecting customers chose to try the new “bird style” coffee for free, Jack would immediately open their coffee, gargle it, and then spit it back into the cup just like a bird. The reactions that he received were priceless.

I served coffee to people…BIRD STYLE! Easily one of the most fun pranks I have ever filmed!

submitted via Laughing Squid Tips

Designer Makes Clever Art Out of Paper Coffee Cups

Cuppaday Paper Cup Art

Since March 2013 designer Paul Garbett has been making clever art out of paper coffee cups in his ongoing side project, Cuppaday.

Cuppaday Paper Cup Art

photos via Paul Garbett

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