From cutesy cappuccinos to fine art lattes, you'd struggle to drink any of these. Just look how frightened this little bear is

... and how majestic this elephant.

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How about this astronaut hurtling through space on your morning cuppa ...

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Via Instagram / Barisart

... or one of Salvador Dali's clocks?

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Via Twitter / Kazuki Yamamoto

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Lindsay / CC BY-SA 2.0 / Flickr: lindsay37parker

Behold the cutest coffee that ever was ...

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Via Twitter / Sugi Nowtoo

... followed by the most haunting one ...

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Via Twitter / latte_artist_jk

... and the one only a true psychopath could actually drink.

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Via Twitter / Kazuki Yamamoto

Then there's this moody fellow ...

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Via Twitter / Kazuki Yamamoto

... and this seriously friendly cappucino guy.

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Then we've got the Starbucks logo ...

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... Winnie the Pooh ...

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Via Twitter / Nowtoo Sugi

... Monsters Inc ...

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Via Twitter / Kazuki Yamamoto

... and virtually the whole cast of Aladdin.

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Via Twitter / Kazuki Yamamoto

This fluffy giraffe is just too much...

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Via Twitter / Kazuki Yamamoto

... Pegasus ...

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... and Pacman.

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There's a this lovely holiday themed one ...

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and this beautiful something that looks a lot like a bear and a bit like a monkey.

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Via Caffe Society / worldcoffeepress.com

Check out this adorable little girl ...

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my missedinfo / CC BY-SA 2.0 / Flickr: missedinfo

... a flower ...

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Meir Zafri / CC BY-SA 2.0 / Flickr: 21374319@N08

... a snail ...

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Via Tumblr / Latte Art

... a very enigmatic Mona Lisa ...

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... or this cockle warmingly happy snowman?

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Via Twitter / Kazuki Yamamoto

... there really is no getting away from that guy!

YouTube/ Via ElectoraVoice

Still wondering how it's all done? Here is 3D latté artist Kazuki Yamamoto in action: