“In Caffeine We Trust” by Column Five Media is a DIY infographic poster for tracking a person’s coffee consumption for one month. The caffeine addict marks their coffee intake on the poster using—what else—coffee as paint. The poster is available as a limited edition print. via Coudal Partners
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Thrillist has made an infographic showing “how much caffeine is actually in your coffee” from McDonald’s to Death Wish Coffee Company (who touts the “strongest coffee in the world”). They calculated it by measuring milligrams of caffeine per ounce from each chain brand’s coffees.
“Coffee Jerks” is a short montage of husbands cruelly belittling their wive’s coffee making prowess in coffee commercials from the 1950s and ’60s. Filmmaker Shaun Clayton assembled the montage from commercials found in the Prelinger Archive. Thanks Graeme Wagoner-Lynch!
This is Coffee, a 1961 film produced by Vision Associates for The Coffee Brewing Institute that celebrates the history of coffee. This public domain film comes from the wonderful Prelinger Archives at the Internet Archive. via The Atlantic & The World’s Best Ever
The design firm &Orange has created “An Instant Guide to Making Coffee,” a clever and simple animated demonstration of different methods used to brew coffee. The video used the Stumptown Coffee Roasters Brew Guide for reference and inspiration for the methods shown. via Huh Magazine
Blue Bottle Coffee barista Daniel Lee spent over 100 hours meticulously replicating Blue Bottle’s Mint Plaza café in LEGO blocks. The miniature café includes LEGO espresso and cold-brew coffee machines and a coat rack complete with the hat of a regular customer. photos via Blue Bottle Coffee
Wired explains what’s in an average cup of coffee in the first installment of their new video series, “What’s Inside.” Coffee is the lifeblood of most of our mornings, but do you know what’s actually inside that cup of coffee you’re drinking each day? You’d be surprised.
“Coffee Break”, a new Shirt.Woot t-shirt design by Rodrigo.