There’s nothing quite as excitingly anticipating as ordering a hot coffee and waiting to see what marvellous milky design sits on the top of the steaming cup.
From the 15th to the 18th November 2017, 11.00 – 18.00 hours., Korean Barista Lee Kang-bin, 26 years old and the owner of Café C.Through in Seoul, will be in Bangkok presenting the famous avant-garde form of latte art he calls “creamart” which uses meticulous strokes of tiny brushes and spoons to draw intricate designs on the layer of steamed milk that sits atop a coffee.
Mr. Lee will be bringing his incomparable skills to Thai coffee lovers at The Junction At Pullman which is the brand-new lobby design by Pullman where barista meets pop-up bar and the perfect place for blending business with pleasure by providing three zones; a welcome area, meeting & co-working space and rotative food and beverage selection for sit-in or take away.
Drinking a cup of coffee decorated with Lee’s art makes you feel like you’re drinking a masterpiece.
Barista Lee Kang-bin carefully paints his beautiful creations on foamy cups of coffee with a palette of food dyes. The delicately drinkable works of art take him around 10-15 minutes to complete per cup, and include Disney favorites such as Snow White, Winnie the Pooh and Aladdin as well as miniature imitation masterpieces of famous paintings such as Vincent Van Gogh’s “The Starry Night” and “The Scream” by Edvard Munch; the Instagram logo and cartoon characters are also among his inspiring pieces of work.
His creativity and color stroke mastery has been deemed a hit on social media, and his Instagram account “@leekangbin91” has over 200,000 followers. With Lee’s mesmerizing input a simple cup of coffee and milk transforms into something truly unbelievable.
THB 350 net for one painted Coffee Latte, served with French-style macarons
THB 599 net for a coffee set (2 small cups of coffee latte art with assorted pastries)
10% for King Power, Accor Plus members and Online Bookings