One Artist Makes Fantastic Leaf Paintings Using Nothing but Leftover Coffee

A lot of people have taken up coffee painting, where you use the leftovers of your coffee and use them to create water colours that can be used to create some truly awesome artworks. One artist from Indonesia, Ghidaq al-Nizar, has become even more inventive with his use of coffee.
Using the watercolour coffee, he paints designs upon small leaves with amazing detail. Even more impressive is that he uses every part of the leftover coffee, including the grounds. He has fittingly named his art #zerowastecoffee, usually painting with the remnants of his morning coffee. The attention to detail on such small surfaces using nothing but coffee is more than impressive, but Al-Nizar also creates artworks out of coffee foam from the likes of lattes, showing his high skills when it comes to coffee and art.

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