The Fine Art of Painting Portraits on Coffee Foam

Espresso is his palette. Coffee is his medium. Welcome to the artistic world of Mike Breach, a NYC barista, who painstakingly “paints” portraits on lattes and cappuccinos. After you visit Breach’s tumblr filled with “BaristArt,” you’ll never be quite so impressed by that heart-shaped design other baristas pour onto your expensive foam.

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