Your morning cup of joe is sacred, and when it's poured in the shape of a pretty heart or leaf, well, it just becomes all the more sweet. But like all true artists, baristas naturally, keep on innovating. Case in point: KangBin Lee, who hails from South Korea and currently works at the Seoul cafe, C.Through. He's the brains behind mini masterpieces of coffee art, inspired by other masterpieces we already know and love, such as the works of Van Gogh, The Little Prince and more.
What's the most impressive though, is that his work is a scarily accurate embodiment of their real-life counterparts — colour-wise, anyway. As you can see from his YouTube channel, this is achieved through thick cream, food colouring and some very delicate swirling — so much that they look more like quaint watercolour paintings instead of coffee.
Take a look at some of his best creations below!