Watch Disney Princesses Be Transformed Into One-Of-A-Kind Latte Art

Watch Disney Princesses Be Transformed Into One-Of-A-Kind Latte Art
Disney princesses have taken on a whole new form in these incredible latte arts by Michael Breach!

While some people are creating latte art of Disney princesses, I’m over here gluing my fingers together, just trying to be a little crafty for the Christmas season.

New York-based artist and professional barista, Michael Breach, has taken the popular craze of Disney princess art to an entirely new level by transforming the iconic heroines into lattes which even the most caffeine-obsessed individual might hesitate to drink.

Watch Disney Princesses Be Transformed Into One-Of-A-Kind Latte Art

Watch Disney Princesses Be Transformed Into One-Of-A-Kind Latte Art

Watch Disney Princesses Be Transformed Into One-Of-A-Kind Latte Art

Watch the video below from Cosmopolitan in which Breach creates incredibl latte art of some of Disney’s most popular females, like Ariel, Pocahontas, Elsa, Belle, and Jasmine, all with nothing more than a toothpick and some milk.

He doesn’t exclusively focus his efforts on Disney princesses.

His Instagram account is filled with other recognizable characters, like Buddy the Elf, Harry Potter, Katniss Everdeen from The Hunger Games, and Chewbacca from Star Wars:

Watch Disney Princesses Be Transformed Into One-Of-A-Kind Latte Art

Watch Disney Princesses Be Transformed Into One-Of-A-Kind Latte Art

Watch Disney Princesses Be Transformed Into One-Of-A-Kind Latte Art

Watch Disney Princesses Be Transformed Into One-Of-A-Kind Latte Art

Oh, and Taylor Swift. You absolutely cannot forget T-Swizzle:

Watch Disney Princesses Be Transformed Into One-Of-A-Kind Latte Art

Thankfully, for those of us obsessed with Disney princesses, this latte art isn’t the first attempt by an artist to adapt the famous heroines. If you love fan art, check out what it would look like if the Disney princesses were in high school, if they were characters from Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra, if they received steampunk makeovers, and if they exemplified the popular fashion of the eras in which they were each created.

If you could create latte art of one person, fictional or non-fictional, who would it be? Share your comment below!

[Photos by Michael Breach/Instagram]

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