Latte Artist Creates Incredible Designs Using Froth, And Twitter Can't Get Enough
When most of us think of latte art we imagine baristas skillfully pouring designs like leaves or hearts into our cups. We imagine a picture sitting flat on top of our drinks. One 17-year-old from Singapore decided to take latte art to another dimension, literally. Daphne Tan's latte art happens in 3D, using the foam to create adorably impressive little sculptures atop the cups.
The cute is real and we want every single one of these lattes we're about to show you.
Her work is so impressive that she's got people on Twitter losing it, and you're about to see why. Are you ready? Of course you are.
We'll start off nice and easy with this fidget spinner:
How about some pizza?
Oscar the Grouch, Cookie Monster, and Elmo may have had a bit too much caffeine:
One guy was really into this corgi rump she made. Like really into it.
Huh. The tweet is gone, but here are the corgis:
Of course the post blew up, so there's no hiding his latte love. Remember, kids, screenshots are forever:
Watch this little guy do a mesmerizing jiggle:
Check out how she brings Stitch to life:
Oh my glob, indeed:
Hello, sticky octopus friend:
Who says the foam has to stay in the cup?
Latte art in just one cup is so yesterday:
Take a look at what people are saying about her work:
You can see more of Daphne's foamy fabulousness, including some well-loved characters and at least one latte cockroach (you're welcome for not including it here) on her Twitter and Instagram.
H/T: Twitter, Instagram