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Coffee Sculpture - Starbucks Gator by Alfred Ng

Starbucks Gator is a sculpture by Alfred Ng which was uploaded on March 16th, 2012.

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Thank you Phong!

Very Cute!

Thanks so much John, Heidi. A few years ago, we had a long garbage strike in Toronto which gave me the idea to make art from trash. Near my studio there are many coffee shops. Every morning, when I arrived to my studio, I noticed the discarded coffee cups on the street. I decided to picked up clean it and then use to make toys. My original idea for the toys was for kids but somehow it was the adults and artists really delighted with them.

Beautiful Alfred!

It's obvious the level of detail in them. It's also obvious, at least it seems to be from me where I'm sitting that you truly love doing these and it shows. Looking forward to seeing more. best wishes Alfred.

Hi John, I been doing this for a few year but I wanted to made sure those coffee companies not upset of me by using their coffe cups for art. you just never know if they see the humour or not..

These are great Alfred! Is this a new art form you took up? or is this something you have been doing for some time now?

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