Over 9,000 Cups of Coffee Were Used to Replicate the Portraits of Marilyn Monroe and the Mona Lisa

Using expired milk and coffee, the following coffee sculptures were created for the Rocks Aroma Festival Launch in Sydney, Australia. 4,000 cups of coffee were used to create a replica of the Mona Lisa and over 5,000 lattes, long blacks and flat whites were used to replicate the portrait of Marilyn Monroe. Each coffee cup was filled with varying amounts of milk to create the different sepia shades of the paintings.

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Mona Lisa Coffee Sculpture – The Rocks Aroma Festival Launch 2009

Marilyn Monroe Coffee Sculpture – The Rocks Aroma Festival Launch 2010

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