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These Foam Art Stencils Add Rude Gestures and Sayings to Coffee

 - Feb 11, 2016
References: rudekitchen & incrediblethings
Retailer Rude Kitchen recently put together a set of foam art stencils that take latte art to crass degrees by recreating rude gestures and sayings out of foam and powdered toppings. The set comes with six stencils in total, each as crude as the next.

Latte art is a popular visual addition to serving drinks that often highlight illustrations of flowers, nature and other sentimental symbols. The Rude Kitchen stencils take the edible art form in an entirely new direction with easy to make outlines of gestures such as the middle finger, body parts and other sayings. The stencils allow the consumer to place them overtop of the foamy drink and use powdered cinnamon or chocolate to sprinkle over and create the recreate the work. This is a much simpler and quicker form of latte art than using the coffee.