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City Skies Filled With A Swirling Coffee Cosmos

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These surreal coffee creations might change the way you look at your morning cup of Joe.

Tiffany Nesbit
  • 19 june 2014

For her latest project, Hungarian artist Flora Borsi took images of urban landscapes and inserted patterns made from coffee and milk mixing into the cityscape skies. She calls the project ‘Coffee Universe,’ an exploration of how we can alter the rules of nature to see something unnatural or paranormal. Like looking for images in clouds, her cosmic coffee skies will evoke images personal to each viewer. Her website says she worked to make her photo manipulations look like unedited shots, so they can surprise the viewer and bring about a smile. Most importantly, however, Borsi wants her art to spark an emotional reaction.

The 21-year old artist has been interested in image manipulation since 2004 but only began taking her own photos in 2007. The Coffee Universe collection is currently being sold on Saatchi Art, and any of the seven photographs, which can be viewed can be purchase for $1,000 each.

Coffee Universe

[h/t] Fubiz

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