3D coffee art isn’t a new thing, but that doesn’t mean it’s not incredible. Chang Kuei-fang is a 48-year-old barista and a coffee shop owner from Taiwan who creates amazing art using milk foam on the coffee as her medium.
The artist starts with a cup of coffee. She places a dollop of milk foam on top and uses spoons to form it into various shapes – from puppies to bugs. Then she uses espresso or chocolate as ink to draw on the shape.
Each of her 3d art pieces takes 5-10 minutes to make and costs up to 20$ for a cup.