As Comedian Jerry Seinfeld once said "We want to do a lot of stuff; we're not in great shape. We didn't get a good night's sleep. We're a little depressed. Coffee solves all these problems in one delightful little cup!"
German artist Stefan Kuhnigk, has taken the uses for coffee to a whole other level. In his own words "I spilled some on a piece of paper the other day in cold november and found something.... A COFFEEMONSTER.
I create sweet, lovely and sometimes just evil coffeemonsters because I like doing it and have by now made about three-hundred of them. I really enjoy every single one because I enjoy creation and the determination or coincidence of coffee hitting paper. Procedure? Not a secret at all. I take some coffee and let it splash onto a piece of paper. After drying for about 4 to 6 hours I can draw directly onto the stain. I try to see a character or figure in it and when I find something, I draw it. Tadaaa. That's coffeemonsterlicious."
Behold the coffeemonsters!
While Bobby was spectating what was going on behind his back, he decided to take a look on what was lying in front of him.
For monster Jim there was only one thing going to be the peak of the week. The search for some cattle and eating it as a small snack.
This monster is so sweet, it would just eat you right away. And it really could because its friggin 30ft high and its preferred munchie are “humans”.
Jumping on one finger. I wanna see you pull that off!
4 eyes are better than two – because hunting humans is hard. Even for monsters like this one!
The sleep embraced him for too long. Almost four hours passed since he took the one-hour-sleeping-as-deep-as-a-crocodile-pills. But little did he know that the effect on coffeemonster-crocodiles was even more heavy.
Here is a piggy monster, ready to fetch a to be thrown ball. Go, piggie. Go!
Burgal had nothing to laugh at, because he simply could not. He was a squid with two mouth' and a giant hook at his right tentacle. He was never a guy you wanna play with, but he has a good heart. A good heart like... well, it pumps blood. Perhaps it's not that good...
See more of his amazing work on Instagram!
Source: Stefan Kuhnigk
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