Do you prefer coffee from a particular country or region? Artist Emily Farish has illustrated coffees from four coffee-producing countries or regions — Colombia, Costa Rica, Kenya, and Sumatra — in a series of small bold and colorful paintings that are available as art prints.
Visual Arts for the Coffee Lover
Not only has coffee fueled the creation of numerous works of art, it's also the subject of many of those creations. If you enjoy coffee, you're sure to like this art.
Leonetto Cappiello, often called “the father of modern advertising,” revolutionized the art of poster design in the early 20th century. His modern designs for clients like espresso coffee machine manufacturer Victoria Arduino and Café Martin brand coffee used vibrant colors and bold, dynamic compositions to immediately grab the viewer’s attention. Capiello’s posters are commercial art at its best.
“Intellectual Cup of Coffee” is one of several beautiful, colorful coffee cup collages created by artist Megan Coyle from magazine cut-outs. The collage captures the essence of an “intellectual” cup of coffee, with the coffee cup and saucer resting on an opened book. The steam from the hot coffee suggests question marks—this cup of coffee is stimulating thought and ideas. Coyle’s coffee cup collages are perfect for any coffee enthusiast with an eye for art.
Vermont artist Ryan Fowler creates illustrations that capture the distinctive rustic character of Vermont and New England. Among Fowler’s most popular pieces are his “dog coffee company” illustrations, including the “Golden Coffee Co.” featuring a golden retriever. If you love dogs as much as you love coffee — or even if you are just a fan of beautiful illustration — you're sure to enjoy Ryan Fowler’s dog and coffee illustrations.