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Coffee painting is not a new art form by any means, but recently it has been sweeping the globe and increasing in popularity. Coffee painting is created simply by adding coffee (usually instant) to water and varying the strength to get different tones. Some even boil the coffee to get the darkest colours possible. In the past few years, painting and illustrating with coffee has become a common practice among many artists around the world. Coffee artists affirm the texture you get with a coffee can not be accomplished with any other technique. It is a way of expression that lets people enjoy art, not only sight but also smell.  Pornchai Lerthammasiri is a Thai artist well known for his watercolour paintings. Some 15 years ago, however, he felt the need for more challenge in his work the reason why he ventured into using coffee for a change. For this reason, he is now known as the Impressionist of coffee art. Smell the coffee from your painting and let it dry for at least a day before securing it with a glass frame. Make sure that the painting has a considerable distance from the glass to preserve it effectively. Paper Coffee can be painted on any paper surface. Watercolour paper has the advantage of allowing more saturation which creates depth and richness.  All kinds of art can affect our mood in a positive way, making us feel happier, calmer, or even inspired to do something. Everywhere you go art is evident. You can use both instant and regular coffee to paint with. Instant coffee is a great time-saver—all you have to do is dissolve some instant coffee in hot water. Change the coffee/water ratio to achieve a lighter or richer colour. Darker hues will require less water than lighter shades. In the past few years, painting and illustrating with coffee has become a common practice among many artists around the world. Coffee artists affirm the texture you get with the coffee can not be accomplished with any other technique. It is a way of expression that lets people enjoy art, not only sight but also smell. Over time, a painter's progress and skills deter negative emotions and provide pleasure and happiness for the individual. Painting boosts self-esteem and inspires people to reach new levels of skill. The painting also produces a relaxing, open environment where artists feel safe to explore their own creativity. In this sense, coffee is an art that is consumed and each experience will be totally different, even if it was the same beverage and the same barista. Another great thing about the art of coffee is that it captures more than one sense(taste, smell, and sight) so it could be considered a multi-sensorial art.