The world’s largest painting made from coffee beans has been created in the Russian capital. Some hope the creation could charge caffeine lovers up with extra energy free of charge and without the side effects.
The painting is set to enter the Guinness Book of World Records and is currently on public display in Moscow’s Gorky Park.
It took 12 days to create and is 30 square feet. Creating art from food has become a trend in Russia and elsewhere.
Among the best known names is Brazilian Vik Muniz who can turn apricot jelly into real art, along with chocolate, peanut butter and caviar.
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