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Coffee City Print

Coffee City Print
Have you ever wondered what a city inspired entirely by coffee would be like? We let our weird co...
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Have you ever wondered what a city inspired entirely by coffee would be like? We let our weird coffee person minds run wild, and quickly listed many ideas on how we would imagine it. Once we had a vision of our city, we collaborated with the talented illustrator Kathleen Fu (@urbsvidi) to bring our coffee metropolis to life.

The result? It's just pure fun and excitement, and saying we're totally obsessed with all the quirky details would be an understatement!

Giclée printed on premium quality heavyweight (200gsm) fine art paper in two  sizes:

  • A3 Portrait
  • A2 Portrait
  • A1 Portrait

Printed on demand - please allow 10-15 business days for delivery (ships from the NL and AUS).

Kathleen Fu is a Canadian illustrator based  with a background in fine art, architecture, and urban design. She enjoys creating intricate illustrations with a Where’s Waldo-esque style, injecting each piece with as many unique characters and different shapes as possible. Her work has been published in The New York Times, Reader’s Digest, The Globe and Mail, The Walrus, as well as many other publications.