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Coffee Cup Art

Coffee cup art has been developed by modern artists and the popularity of this artform has blossomed in recent years. This art category was a result of modern art seeking to reinvent and re-imagine common objects that were used every day by their audience. What resulted was a form of graphic art that focused on the sensory qualities of coffee and illustration opportunities it provided. Pop art is a frequently used style in coffee cup art. These paintings are typically flat in depiction and have warmly vivid color schemes. This type of pop art treatment is seen in the works 'Java Time' by Kathryn Fortson and 'Lucky Cup' by Catherine Jones. However, other modern styles are also popular for depicting this form of art, including realism, vintage, and retro styles that are as creative as they are in demand.

Coffee Cup Artwork

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Today's Coffee I
by Lisa Audit
12" x 15"
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Free Refills
by Grace Pullen
20" x 8"
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Cafe Martin
by Leonetto Cappiello
18" x 24"
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Cappuccino Fresco
by Michael Kungl
12" x 15"
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Cups
by Cristina Perez
22" x 18"
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Le Cafe I
by Color Bakery
16" x 16"
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Coffee Shop I
by Marco Fabiano
24" x 24"
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Cafe de Matin
by Michael Kungl
12" x 15"
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Three Cups o' Joe I
by Robert Burridge
8" x 20"
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Morning Blend
by Kate McRostie
8" x 20"
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Mocha Java
by Michael Kungl
7" x 13"
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Retro Tea
by Michael Kungl
12" x 15"
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Retro Coffee I
by N. Harbick
8" x 10"
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Java Time
by Kathryn Fortson
22" x 28"
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Coffee Spot I
by James Wiens
12" x 12"
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Coffee of the Day
by Elizabeth Medley
20" x 12"
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Cherry Pie
by Jennifer Bonaventura
10" x 10"
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Cup No. 8
by Cristina Perez
22" x 18"
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Fresh Brew I
by Daphne Brissonnet
12" x 12"
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Rich  & Smooth I
by Norman Wyatt Jr.
13" x 19"
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Cappuccino Fresco
by Michael Kungl
18" x 22"
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Deco Tea
by Michael Kungl
12" x 15"
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Coffee Brew Sign I - petite
by Paul Brent
6" x 6"
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Italian Coffee
by Gregory Gorham
16" x 20"
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Today's Coffee I
by Lisa Audit
22" x 28"
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Fresh Coffee II
by Grace Pullen
12" x 12"
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Italian Cafe
by Jennifer Brinley
10" x 10"
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Coffee
by Grace Pullen
20" x 10"
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Glowing Neon Sign of an Espresso Coffee Cup
by Unknown
18" x 24"
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Quattro Coffee III-mini
by Paul Brent
8" x 10"
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Coffee Shop Menu
by Lisa Audit
8" x 20"
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Cafe de Matin
by Michael Kungl
18" x 22"
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Polka Dot Cafe
by Avery Tillmon
12" x 15"
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Coffeeology
by Unknown
12" x 36"
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Kitchen Closed - mini
by Jennifer Garant
18" x 6"
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Like many other forms of coffee art, coffee cup art is meant to provide themes of warmth, comfort, and relaxation while displaying a uniquely stylish design. Because of this, sensory images such as stylized steam, warm colors, and idyllic graphics are used in the depiction of this subject. Even realistic works, such as 'Frothy Cappuccino' by Kathy Middlebrook employ these measures in order to portray sensory information which has become a trademark of modern artistic interpretation. However, steam isn't the only way to enchant an audience's senses with coffee cup art. For example, in 'Mocha' by Darrin Hoover, He uses the alternating dark brown colors with the white color of the cup in order to depict the richly sweet taste of this beverage. This same treatment is used by Middlebrook, as well, in her depiction of 'Mocha Latte' which uses its color schemes and imagery in order to appeal to its viewers.

Thanks to the graphic qualities and sensory input that this art category provides, it is a popular option for interior decoration in both professional and personal venues. Additionally, the color themes in this artform are emotive, and also match many decorative styles in kitchen and dining areas.
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