Starbucks Coffee: A Creative Paper Cut-Out Animation Story

Netherlands based designer Rogier Wieland has developed an animation video for Starbucks to illustrate the reversed story of how their coffee goes from bean to your cup. The short clip was created by transferring video stills to paper cutouts that were then animated to make an amazing stop-motion movie. via: Laughing Squid

Inside The World’s Largest Starbucks

Starbucks has¬†recently opened up a flagship store¬†located in Seattle‚Äôs Capitol Hill.¬†This location has two coffee bars, an in-house kitchen, a shop, a two-story library complete with 200 books,¬†including a roasting plant where the company produces its small batch Reserve beans. The building itself was constructed in 1910 as a¬†automobile dealership,¬†until Starbucks took over¬†in 2013.¬†This giant… Continue reading Inside The World’s Largest Starbucks

Starbucks Opens First Cafe On a Swiss Train

Starbucks has recently opens its first concept store on-board a train in Switzerland. The beverage brand has collaborated with Swiss railway company SBB to offer the travelers a new place and way to enjoy their favorite¬†Starbucks coffee. The design is contemporary and focused on comfort, yet at the same time functional. This combination is expressed… Continue reading Starbucks Opens First Cafe On a Swiss Train