It is interesting that North Americans are often turned off by the wet, dark grinds at the bottom of their cup of coffee, while Europeans cherish the last sip as a treat of concentrated goodness. Creative designer Sunman Kwon has a new, romantic reason for Americans to drink their coffee to the last drop.
A cleverly concealed, symbolic message turns your journey to the bottom of the cup into a journey into the universal language of love. The message of love acts like a slow strip-tease of affection, and is only fully revealed after the entire content has been consumed. The more you sip, the closer you get to the heart.
Check out another cool design by Sunman Kwon, the Mooon+ phone:
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Sunman Kwon's Message of Love
- By: AymanMar 12, 2008