Japanese artist Kazuki Yamamoto has got the Internet buzzing about his 3D Latte Art again – this time he’s back with a very impressive Salvador Dali-inspired hot beverage foam sculpture. The latte foam in the cup is shaped like a melting clock in Dali’s The Persistence of Memory. The clock, however, is not the only new 3D artwork by Kazuki since the last time we featured him on our site. He has a very active Twitter account with more than 110K visitors where he tweets his latest coffee art creations. Kazuki serves this unique design coffee for the visitors of the Cafe10g in Osaka, Japan.

The 26-year-old artist became an Internet sensation after the world discovered his 3d coffee foam sculptures: besides rising up in their own cup, some of the beautiful artworks even reach out to others. Before he developed this unique art technique, Kazuki used to create some incredibly detailed flat artworks on the coffee foam, with his subjects varying from portraits of famous people to cartoon characters. The artist dreams of opening his own cafe in Tokyo one day – gotta admit, this business definitely sounds like his cup of tea… erm, coffee!

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See more 3D Latte Art by Kazuki Yamamoto (Part I)