The world of coffee art is a remarkably creative phenomenon - with hugely talented baristas going to great lengths to make turn your morning cup into a work of art.
In a depressingly inevitable step, one chain has removed the human element entirely and is now relying on a machine to create undeniably realistic, but rather soul-less, creations.
Taiwanese coffee chain, Let's Cafe, use an edible powder to print photos the customer uploads from their smartphone.
The results are almost photo-realistic versions of your snaps across the top of your coffee - but there's just something a little artificial about the whole thing.
Despite this the Let's Cafe promo vid claims the technique has made the chain the one of the most successful in Taiwan.