We here at EliteReders are huge fans of art, regardless of the medium. When it’s done well, we couldn’t help but geek out and probably feature it here in our site – from awesome tattoos that cover scars and satirical Indian comics, to stunning sandcastles and masterfully Photoshopped images, and everything else in between.
With that in mind, I guess it would be easy to imagine our delight when he found out about the work of this amazing Korean barista who’s been serving lattes with top notch designs.
Born in 1991, Kang Bin Lee has been working as a barista for 10 years now.
His latte art – which he calls ‘Creamart’ – is absolutely like no other.
We first discovered his stuff he was recently featured by Distractify and we were totally blown away when he headed to his Instagram account.
Art in a cup – featuring iconic movie characters…
… and many other colorful works.
He’s definitely good at what he does and so its no surprise that he has thousands of followers on social media.
I mean who wouldn’t be amazed with works of art like this?
He even recreates classic Disney favorites such as Alice In Wonderland…
… and Aladdin…
… plus Beauty and the Beast!
Well as anyone can probably guess at this point, Lee’s latte artworks do not come cheap. In fact, we are told that each cup of coffee designed by Lee himself costs $100.
Each cup has a price tag of $100.
It’s perfectly Instagrammable!
In case you’re interested to see more, go follow this awesome Korean barista over at Instagram.
After Selling MySpace For $580 Million, Here’s What Tom Anderson is Doing Now
Remember Tom from MySpace? He’s been very busy travelling the world lately!
Ever remember MySpace? It was a huge thing in the early days of social media and everyone had an account back in the days. You probably did if you are of a certain age today.
In 2005, the site was sold to News Corp by co-founder Tom Anderson (known to many as ‘Tom from MySpace’) for the amount of $580 million.
Before the glory days of Facebook, MySpace.com was all the rage in the world of social networking.
30 Awesome Tattoos That Cover Up Scars
Brilliantly done! Now their scars look like fantastic works of art!
People get tattoos for different reasons. Some get inked as a vehicle of self-expression while others go for it to pay tribute to a loved one or maybe something they are passionate about – such as sports, music, movies, or even video games.
Regardless of your motives, you want your tattoos done right. They’re going to stay with you for the rest of your days so you might as well get it perfectly. You gotta make sure that your tattoo artist is good and that he or she can spell correctly. You definitely wouldn’t want the burden of having embarrassing, cringe-worthy mistakes on your skin.
Want some examples of skin art done right? Well just go browse below and we’ll show you some. Compiled by BoredPanda, these wonderful tattoos show us how some people used ink to cover up their scars, big and small. We love how most of these tattoos were conceptualized and executed. They’re truly clever and inspiring. Also, we’re sure the people who got them no longer have to feel ashamed about their scars, they can look at it with pride now - and in some cases, even display it in public!...
30 Hilarious Comics That Accurately Depict What Its Like Growing Up In An Indian Family
This “slice-of-life comedy” comic shows us exactly how its like to grow up in India.
What instantly pops up in your mind when you hear ‘India’? If you’re like most people, you’d probably answer Bollywood, Taj Majal, or the grand weddings the country is famous for.
Well very soon, that list may probably include Brown Paperbag – a fairly new webcomic series created by a Mumbai-based Digital Media Arts student named Sailesh Gopalan. The strips are focused around what it’s like to grow up in India and it already has a huge following since the artist began working on it back in June 2016.