Where most of us would see a mess, this talented artist sees creativity!

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Every clumsy person is going to relate to this – whenever you spill any eatables, you probably are going to get upset and clean it up. But that isn’t the case with Giulia Bernardelli. For her, it is an opportunity to make something creative out of it.

She is from Mantua, an Italy-based artist who uses everyday food items like coffee, tea, wine, and fruit to create her paintings.

Have a look –

Rather than using paints and other colors, Bernardelli decided to focus on more accessible materials for her art. She believes, “Everything that I needed was around me, if I looked carefully. I decided to replace the paint brush with what nature offered, such as leaves, fruit skins, [and] food. All these elements feature different colors and textures.”



She began painting with coffee by chance almost a year ago. Unsurprisingly, it started with an accident – she knocked over a cup of coffee, but instead of seeing the mess, she saw the many rich shades of brown and the possibility to use them to create something new.

Now, she has developed a system to create these paintings. Even then, she still loves the spontaneity of the spill. “In my photos, I try to catch the magic of a moment, as if the coffee created a story by toppling,” she explains.

To see more of her beautiful work, check out her Instagram feed!

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