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Zero Waste Coffee Art

Coffee Art
Artist Ghidaq al-Nizar, from Indonesia, intentionally stains his work with coffee grounds left from his morning brew — etching intricate scenes from coffee, leaves, his own fingerprints, and more unusual mediums. An environmentalist, and the founder of Zero Waste Coffee Art, al-Nizar believes in using every part of the coffee.

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