The coffee has accompanied all kinds of artists and thinkers over time: from the existentialist philosopher Soren Kierkegaard, or the author of The Wizard of Oz, Frank Baum, to Baroque musician Joan Sebastian Bach. All of them have fallen at its feet, dams of its exquisite aroma and flavor.
Almost as a syndrome, the artist Carter Asmann accompanies his visual production with this drink, whose origin comes from the distant Abyssinia, now called Ethiopia, in eastern Africa.
Carter Asmann makes realistic drawings in black and white, of motorcycles, cars, cameras, bicycles, among other things; and through the base of a cup full of coffee, print, like a seal, any circle involved in the work, for example rims and lenses.
Source and images: Carter Asmann