There’s no denying that a hot cup of tea is always soothing in times of stress, whatever the season. However, filter coffee also guarantees a fresh start to the day for the person who consumes it. Now, a drawing of a filter print inside a steel cup by a photographer-artist has gone viral on social media because it was so realistic a viewer can easily mistake it for a real one. cup of filter coffee.

Chennai-based artist and photographer Varuna Shreethar has taken to microblogging giant Twitter by storm after sharing a painting of a filter coffee cup. In said image, hot steam can be seen escaping from the tumbler as bubbles clogged the top surface of the tumbler. Near the cup, coffee beans can be seen scattered on the wooden table and a Tamil language newspaper can also be spotted. The image depicts a common sight that can be witnessed from every average Indian residence as the day kicks off with a cup of coffee or tea. The surrealism in the painting has earned the artist a lot of adulation from netizens.

The reaction of Internet users to the image

Coffee in a steel cup looked very realistic that internet users were initially confused as to whether it was photographed or painted. “Check out my new wallpaper 🙂 Looks like someone incredibly talented drew this :3,” one user wrote. The second user wrote, “OUTSTANDING.. had to zoom in to make sure it wasn’t a painting… AMAZING…”. The third user commented “Had to zoom in to make sure it wasn’t a painting…INCREDIBLE…”. What do you think of such incredible work?

Image: Unsplash

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