(Pics) The Styrofoam Cup Art of Cheeming Boey

(Pics) The Styrofoam Cup Art of Cheeming Boey
Arts & Culture
Dan Gould
  • 3 august 2009


Over the past four years, Cheeming Boey has been carving out a unique artistic niche for himself. The California based illustrator creates crisp black and white drawings on basic Styrofoam cups.

Following a chance cup-doodling session at a coffee shop (Boey had no paper) he discovered the challenges and benefits of the unusual medium. Using a permanent ink Sharpie Marker, he’s developed his own style, which is influenced by pointillism and Japanese woodcuts. Boey’s cups currently sell for up to $220.




[via Doobybrain]


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