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Some superheroes concentrate on saving the world and beating up bad guys. But the legendary Sandwich Defender has an ever higher calling.

Esty seller jimbobart is a talented illustrator who’s based in the United Kingdom. Woodland creatures with a whimsical twist seem to be a favorite theme–as noted by the bear/superhero plate depicted above. There’s plenty more where that came from in his shop.

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Under the Instagram account coffeetopia, artist Ghidaq al-Nizar uses leftover coffee and grounds to paint imaginative scenes on leaves, plates, and paper. He uses the tag #zerowastecoffee to show that the thing you love can create more to love. Although in my house, the phrase “leftover coffee” is completely unheard of.

See Also: Artist Transforms Spilled Coffee Into Beautiful Art

His artwork is just beautiful to look at. Check out more caffeinated masterpieces after the break.

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Artist Mike Burns has turned sweet cereal monsters into the stuff of sugar-fueled nightmares. You can choose from Count Chocula, Boo Berry, or Frankenberry as prints you can display should you wish to ruin the childhoods of all who walk into your home.

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Some folks just can’t get enough coffee, and I’m thinking that Stefan Kuhnigk is one of those people. A copywriter and photographer based in Germany, Stefan transforms spilled coffee into delightful little monster drawings. He posts his creations on his appropriately named Facebook page, Coffeemonsters, as well as on his Instagram page. He also recently shot a short video, which highlights how the monsters are born.

Check out the video along with some of our favorite monsters after the break…

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Italian artist Giulia Bernardelli isn’t the kind of person that would cry over spilled milk. She would turn it into art.

“I decided to replace the brush by what nature has to offer, such as leaves, fruit peels, or just the food” she told the Huffington Post. “I never plan my work in advance…For example, when I drink coffee, I reflect on the nuances that I could create if I turned it over on the table.”

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YouTuber “Tiger Tomato” creates pop culture pancakes like the Sonic version pictured above using standard pancake mix (with added water), food coloring and raw talent. The perfectly even tones are reportedly the result of using low heat – only turning it up at the end of the creative process to get a fully cooked result.

TigerTomato has created a bevy of edible breakfast art including Pikachu, Adventure Time characters, and even My Little Pony’s Rainbow Dash.

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Vietnamese freelance artist Nguyen Quang Huy is a big fan of superheroes. What makes his work so unique is his habit of using everyday objects as part of his drawings. From matchboxes to chili peppers, to onions, he sees heroes everywhere.

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It’s a challenge figuring out how to display the things you collect, but Gabe Fonseca came up with a neat solution for his cereal box collection. He used them to decorate his walls.

They’re mounted with magnets that stick to metal-plated walls and are all carefully arranged by color.

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Artist Dan Cretu has chosen a unique medium for his new art project. He hand carved bananas with geometric patterns and then painted them to highlight his work. Bananametric!

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Now that shoe looks pretty flippin’ sweet.

Milan Miladinov, a London-based design student, made this one-of-a-kind, 100 percent chocolate Nike Air Max 90 as an homage to the iconic shoe on its 25th anniversary. Miladinov made the shoe by creating a silicon mold of a Nike Air Max 90, then he painted the inside of the mold to capture all of the details before pouring the bulk of the liquid chocolate. After 15 hours, this was the result.

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