Korean Artist recreates iconic paintings with Cappuccino

This Korean barista has got a unique way of decorating a latte, with coloring and quantity of skinned milk.  Instead of the regulars, Kangbin Lee has opted to recreating real world art and cultures. Some of his works feature animated creatures from the disney movies to architectural icons of his native korea.

Kangbin Lee


 I wanted to find amazing and delicate new flavor of coffee so I developed Cremart. And now, many people likes my Cremart. I hope here I’ll find some more people who will enjoy it.” Lee says.

He correctly displays his work on his rapidly growing instagram page, with over 75,000 followers.



Cream , Butter , sugar , Flour and a great piece of edible art.

Pastry chef Matteo Stucchi just proved art could be achieved anywhere with little but the creative mind and wanting to express it ; even in the kitchen , and around tonnes of flours , butter and food dye. His kitchen  which is constantly strewn with tasty desserts and treats is located in Monza Italy.

“A dessert’s looks is just as important as its taste,” says Matteo as his Donuts become pools , Baked brownies become mining sites, cake pops turn into a Ferris wheel – tweaking around the function of each food item to fit his imagination.

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The attention to detail on his pastry art is excustraiting , as he painstakingly fill , adjust and lay out  every tiny piece of ornamentations himself.

Matteo shares his successes on line- on the internet , raking in over 40k fans on his personal picture sharing social account ,In just a couple of months.

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“A dessert’s looks is just as important as its taste,” says Matteo and we couldn’t agree more. Baked brownies become mining sites, cake pops turn into a Ferris wheel – there’s no limit to his wild imagination. The only thing that comes close to his creativity is his patience. The attention he gives to every detail is just amazing.

His efforts didn’t go unnoticed. In just a couple of months he reached 35,000 followers and the number of sweet tooths is constantly growing

Media : Instagram (h/t: designtaxi)


Colourful Breakfast Meals across the world: Which is your favourite?

For most people in the world, the Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And  It’s interesting to find out how completely different kinds of food are served up in the morning in our different part of the world – depending on the country and the culture. For some people, breakfast should light but packed full with calories to get them through the day; for others, it’s little more than a light snack to prevent fainting.

We at Ausquerry had the chance to crawl the web for meals served on breakfast tables around the world , and came up with some colorful dishes that should make your mouths water.

Media: (h/t) : Website


What we liked: It’s very tasty.

What we didn’t like: There wasn’t enough of it.


Debunking Movie facts: Myth VS Reality

Movies are awesome way to learn about the world, but sometimes facts are sacrificed in place of reality to spice the actions and allow for great entertainment.

Sadly most of those exaguarted actions are now becoming main stream so Lenya Brick from Brightside has made a series of illustrations that shed light on cliches that we’ve become so used to,and tries to debunk most of the supposed movies facts and norms. From badass killing of a bunch of bad guys with no weapon to shooting with multiple guns to restarting hearts at the last second, these cliches don’t hold much weight in the real world.

Below are some of those cliches and a comic attempt at setting them straight .

source: Lenya Brick




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Creative Art from Drift wood : Debra Bernier

Sculpture artist Debra Bernier creates stunning sculptures from driftwood in the forests of Victoria, Canada. Her arts are almost life like and, represent the spirit of the forest. Scroll down below for some of her works and be sure to visit her site for more great drift work art.

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6 incredible Coffee Art: Melbourne

Do feel coffee is just for drinking only, or for just the bolt it gives you in the morning? Think again as we sample some local talent here ion Melbourne that have turn coffee making into an art.

The milk act as  the instruments with which to curve stylistic imagry : and the dark latte, standing in as the canvas where Aussie “geniuses” display their abilities. In no particular order, here are some of the beautiful art Melbournians create with their coffee.

  • Mira Pankage ( the Fern)



  • Patrick simmon (the Phoenix)
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  • Seet Yppng Loh ( Sprinkler dust clouds)

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  •  Jon  (Waves)


  • Seet Yppng Loh (Flowers petals)


  • Jai Honeybrook (The Face)


  • (Medusa)



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