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Espresso Art

Espresso art is a form of modern coffee art that has a lot of variety and creativity. Espresso has been a favorite among coffee drinkers for years and is a strong beverage that is known for its dark, smoky taste and its use in latte art, which modern artists take advantage of for adding extra design in their artwork depicting this subject. This artwork is highly creative and encompasses several different themes and styles in its depiction. The themes in espresso art are different from most coffee art because it focuses on the class and sophistication that are considered the trademarks of this beverage. The reason why this type of coffee is considered classier and more civilized than other forms is because of the talent and special brewing process that it takes in order to develop. It's also used in depictions of Italian culture, where espresso was first developed.

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Espresso Artwork

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Victoria Arduino
by Leonetto Cappiello
24" x 31"
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Today's Coffee IV
by Lisa Audit
12" x 15"
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Today's Coffee IV
by Lisa Audit
48" x 60"
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Coffee and Co III Teal and Gray
by Janelle Penner
12" x 12"
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Coffee Moment III
by Lisa Audit
12" x 15"
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Coffee and Co III
by Janelle Penner
20" x 20"
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Caffe Espresso
by Unknown
20" x 28"
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Today's Coffee IV
by Lisa Audit
22" x 28"
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Italian Coffee
by Gregory Gorham
16" x 20"
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Cafe in Europe III
by Lisa Audit
12" x 15"
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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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Espresso
by Kate McRostie
12" x 12"
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CoffeeDeja Brew
by Studio deluisa
6" x 6"
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Espresso Roast
by Darrin Hoover
8" x 10"
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Espresso
by Linda Maron
18" x 18"
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Espresso & News
by Sandro Ferrari
18" x 18"
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Espresso Yourself
by Fiona Stokes-Gilbert
16" x 20"
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Expresso
by Paulo Viveiros
20" x 8"
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Caffe, Lucca
by Alan Blaustein
13" x 14"
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Espresso Fresco
by Tandi Venter
14" x 14"
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Italian Espresso
by Jennifer Brinley
10" x 10"
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Espresso
by Unknown
10" x 12"
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Espresso
by Catherine Jones
14" x 5"
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Espresso I
by Skip Teller
24" x 24"
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Espresso
by Jessica Flick
12" x 12"
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Espresso
by Stephanie Marrott
20" x 5"
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Espresso, Please!
by Martina Schindler
7" x 9"
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Espresso 1
by Kimberly Allen
13" x 13"
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Expresso Buenisimo 2
by Melody Hogan
19" x 13"
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Expresso Buenisimo 3
by Melody Hogan
19" x 13"
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Expresso Buenisimo
by Melody Hogan
19" x 13"
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Damask Coffee 1
by Kimberly Allen
19" x 13"
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Caffe Latte Two
by OnRei
13" x 13"
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Another unique aspect of espresso art is its inclusion of people and environments within the artwork. Unlike other coffee art which focuses on the graphic and sensory qualities of the beverage itself, espresso artwork depicts the archetypical association of an unique lifestyle of relaxation and class that has become an iconic part of this type of coffee, a lifestyle which is highly appealing to audiences and art enthusiasts around the world.

One thing that espresso art does have in common with other forms of coffee art is warm color schemes. Like other examples of this art category, espresso art is primarily depicted in warm colors such as browns, reds, yellows, and oranges. A common style for this type of artwork is flat, representational depictions but three-dimensional classically appealing styles are also available.

Espresso art is used by interior designers for both business and home decor. Unlike most coffee art, which is primarily displayed in kitchens, dining areas, and cafes, espresso art is suitable for any professional venue where strong drinks are served. Because of this quality, restaurants and bars also use espresso art in their interior design schemes.
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