I know I do! : ) I found this video on Steampunk Fairy Tales group and just had to share! https://www.facebook.com/plugins/video.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2FSteampunkTendencies%2Fvideos%2F1559539477493746%2F&show_text=1&width=476
I saw this on Ursula Hughes' post on The Rick O'Shea Book Club and thought I would share.... Thinking over the books Daisy and I have just read, I thought the funniest combo of the above with the book title was the book Daisy reviewed "Preventing Alzheimers".... with a chainsaw! LOL! What strange "titles" result... Continue Reading →
Like many other bookworms out there, I have a huge To Be Read list, and even though I pick away at it now and then, it multiplies like rabbits and quickly gets out of control. Well, I decided to make a list of twelve of the best-looking books released during the duration of this year,... Continue Reading →
Oh my gosh this is soooo cool! I am reblogging this! Thanks for sharing!
I know, this is technically not bookish, but for me books and coffee (and tea) are irrevocably linked, so I had to share! This artist’s talent I find so amazing! To be sure, before one of his masterpieces was consumed, you certainly would want to take a picture of it to forever preserve the memory. I am so amazed!
“CreamArt,” as described by South Korean coffee shop owner Lee Kang-bin, has had its bar raised in recent years, not least because Lee himself has been creating miniaturised imitations of world-famous masterpieces, including Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” and Vincent Van Gogh’s “The Starry Night”, as well as an array of pop culture icons, e.g. Captain Jack Sparrow, Aladdin, and E.T., to name but a few, on top of customers’ latte drinks.
Given that coffee consumption has almost doubled in South Korea since 1990, according to the International Coffee Organisation, it is no surprise that Lee Kang-bin, the owner of Seoul’s “Café C. Through”, has come to prominence in the world of coffee art for his intricate, mesmerising designs. The only hitch is that customers have to wait a mere 15 minutes for his artistry to present itself.
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Although this is bit off the beaten track for this blog, since it still dealt with the subject of books, I thought it was kind of interesting topic. I found these videos to illustrate. I know a lot of readers, after reading a book, wish to get rid of it. Maybe these artists can provide... Continue Reading →