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Man Transforms Starbucks Coffee Cups Into Quirky Cartoons

19/11/2014 12:58 GMT | Updated 19/11/2014 12:59 GMT

Josh Hara is a man that loves coffee - he visits Starbucks every day and has come up with an ingenious way to enjoy his favourite beverage long after his paper cup is empty.

Hara, a creative director at Columbus-based marketing agency Resource Ammirati, uses Starbucks coffee cups to create quirky cartoons.

What started out as a hobby has now become a full-blown art project named #100CoffeeCups.

"I've been drawing cartoons since I was a kid. I always wanted to do it for a living. But I made more practical choices with my career," Hara told The Telegraph.

"But I've never stopped making them. And thanks to my daily Starbucks intake, I probably never will."

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Hara's designs are inspired by human caffeine addiction...

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He has decorated 78 coffee cups so far and hopes to finish the other 22 by the end of this year.

You can follow Josh Hara's 100 coffee cup mission on Instagram and Twitter.

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