Art AND Coffee--all riiiiggghht



from eternallycool.net:
A few weeks ago, Sydney, Australia celebrated the 12th annual Rocks Aroma festival, an event that attracted some 100,000 people and showcased coffee from around the world.
As part of the celebration, 3604 cups of coffee–each filled with different amounts of cream to create differing shades of brown–were used to create a giant image of the Mona Lisa.

Comments

Bettie said…
Wow! - I wonder if they pre-filled a spectrum of coffee cups first and then placed them in position. Or - maybe they placed the cups in position, filled each half full of black coffee and added cream to each bit by bit while an overhead observer instructed them when to stop for each cup. Whatever, it would have taken massive patience.

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