Baristas getting artistic with their lattes is nothing new.

This Korean Barista’s Swizzling Insane Van Gogh Masterpieces Into His Lattes

First came the humble swan and heart, then we copped 3D foam dogs followed by rainbow lattes

But a bloke over in South Korea has taken latte art to the absolute final level by recreating famous artworks in his brews, including Vincent Van Gogh‘s The Starry Night:

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The artisté, Lee Kang-bin, 26, has been leaving customers shook at his cafe in Seoul, South Korea for quite some time. 

Using meticulous strokes with teeny tiny brushes and spoons through thick cream, Lee takes about 15 minutes to turn out a range of masterpieces for customers at Cafe C. Through:

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Would this leave the coffees cold? Who knows. Who cares. It’s art.

You can pick up one of his creations for 10,000 won (roughly AUD$11.40) at his cafe in the district of Seongdong-gu. You can follow him here.

Source: Reuters.

Photo: @leekangbin91 / Instagram.