William LeGoullon Takes a Microscopic Look at Caffeine

By: Kevin Young - Published: Apr 11, 2012 • References: dearcoffeeiloveyou & lostateminor
These magnified coffee bean photographs were captured by artist and photographer William LeGoullon.

The intricate details are easily seen as the coffee beans were photographed through a microscope. Every tiny crack, dent and minuscule crater looks like a crevice on the moon. LeGoullon's past experience as a barista is where he found the inspiration behind his beverage culture and craft influence.

The artist's choice of revealing every single entity in the coffee beans shows the audience a visual understanding of what they enjoy and what they're consuming on a daily basis. One doesn't really take the time to look intensely at a single coffee bean yet it's something people encounter almost everyday. Check out William LeGoullon's collection to examine what your morning cup of coffee is made of. Stats for Amplified Coffee Bean Photography Trending: Older & Chilly
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