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#FastFoam: Your Latte Art, By Request

See the amazing creations made by latte artist Michael Breach

  • <p>You tweeted #fastfoam requests, foam latte artist Michael Breach obliged! Here's some of the best crowdsourced creations thus far from his time at <em>Fast Company</em> HQ:</p>
  • <p><a href="http://www.fastcompany.com/3032695/the-recommender/the-recommender-rose-pastore-who-did-not-vomit-in-zero-gravity" target="_self">Rose Pastore's Pet Bunny</a></p>
  • 01 /13
    | Your Latte Art, By Request

    You tweeted #fastfoam requests, foam latte artist Michael Breach obliged! Here's some of the best crowdsourced creations thus far from his time at Fast Company HQ:

  • 02 /13
    | Grumpy Cat
  • 03 /13
    | RuPaul
  • 04 /13
    | Geoffrey, the Rabbit

    Rose Pastore's Pet Bunny

  • 05 /13
    | A Piano
  • 06 /13
    | Van Gogh's Starry Night
  • 07 /13
    | Jareth, the Goblin King
  • 08 /13
    | John Lennon and Paul McCoffee
  • 09 /13
    | Charles Darwin
  • 10 /13
    | Madonna
  • 11 /13
    | TARDIS
  • 12 /13
    | Miley Cyrus
  • 13 /13
    | Bethany Mota

In order to celebrate the culmination of a full week of coffee on Fastcompany.com, we have a special treat: starting at 9 a.m., foam artist Michael Breach, featured in the video below, will be on hand to take requests for foam art!

How does it work? Very simple

1. Think of something amazing that you want in your coffee. Maybe a celebrity, maybe your pet. Maybe this guy.

2. Put an image (or just an idea) in a tweet.

3. Hashtag that tweet #fastfoam.

4. Wait a little while.

5. If your idea is selected, we will tweet back your signature foam latte art!

Feel free to submit ideas early and often, as Breach will be hanging out at Fast Company HQ all day. And watch this space: You'd be amazed what can happen with a little foam and a dream.

Slideshow Credits: 01 / Latte Art by Alejandro Ceballos from Little Collins Coffee Cafe, Photo by Joel Arbaje for Fast Company;

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