Swiss coffee painting – ladies on a sofa, ladies on the sofa

A pair of ladies and a man have been painted by Swiss artist Jan Hesselink as a “swiss” coffee painting, inspired by a photo of the two.

Swiss coffee artist JanHesselink is one of many artists working on a new coffee painting style for 2017.

It is inspired by the famous photo of a woman and a coffee mug, showing a woman on a coffee table and a couple of men sitting together.

The coffee painting is part of Hesselinks project to create a new style of coffee art that incorporates a “socially and visually neutral” subject.

“This project will be a part of my work and will help to make the world a better place,” Hesselinker said.

Hesselinks latest work includes a painting of a cat with a glass of iced coffee on its head, and a portrait of a man and woman sitting next to a book of coffee mugs.

He said he wanted to paint portraits of people who were like himself and wanted to make them feel like they were in a cafe, a place they would want to visit.

After finishing his project, Hesselinking took the portraits home with him to his studio in Switzerland.

While he did not draw the portraits himself, he said he knew the coffee artists could do a great job of it.

In an interview with the BBC, Hensonink said he had hoped to make a new type of coffee painting.

“I thought it would be great to work on something new, but at the same time I knew that I could do something really great,” he said.

“I think I have done something really amazing.”

“Swiss Coffee Painting” is a collaborative project between HesselINK, the Swedish Coffee Art Society, and the Swedish Design and Coffee Association.

His work has already been featured in publications such as Design News and Gazzetta dello Sport.

As well as coffee painting he also painted portraits of himself and his wife, who was also a coffee maker.

One of his most recent works, a portrait called “Swiss Cup” of an Italian chef, is now in the collection of the Italian Museum in Milan.