Oscars 2014 best picture nominees in latte art form
Everything on Earth now depicted in latte art
Because frankly who wants to read them in size 8 font, here are some of this year's Oscars 2014 best film nominees as latte art portraits.
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Gravity, Wolf of Wall Street, American Hustle and Her were painstakingly recreating in coffee by barista artist (yes, that is a thing) Michael Breach, who posted the images on Instagram.
Sadly there were no such foam depictions for Dallas Buyers Club, Captain Phillips, 12 Years A Slave, Philomena and Nebraska however, which are also nominated in the category.
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