Coffee mug stickers are a common sight in most coffee shops, but they are not the same as the stickers on the packaging.
You may not know the difference between a coffee mug sticker and a coffee mixtape, but the latter can contain an actual music track.
That’s because coffee mixtapes contain tracks from popular music artists.
There are dozens of coffee mimeograph stickers that contain music tracks and, according to the Guinness Book of World Records, there are over 1,000,000 coffee mug art stickers on offer.
Coffee mug sticker culture The coffee mug is the perfect vehicle for sticker culture.
The sticker is a unique container of a product and can be placed on the coffee table, table in the cupboard, in the fridge, on the counter, and more.
It can be a great way to showcase your favourite coffee, or a means of getting people to order from you.
Coffee mixtape art is a bit different.
Most coffee mimesters use music tracks as the basis for the art.
However, sometimes they add a pop or pop-up graphic to the sticker to tell the listener about the artist.
A pop-ups are a unique visual element, usually hidden by a small text box or graphic, that allows the listener to see the music playing at a glance.
The coffee mics are sometimes also available with a coffee cup, which is usually used to hold the sticker.
The cup holder itself, however, is usually a separate product.
The best part about the coffee mingle is that there is no copyright infringement involved, since it’s all a marketing ploy to attract customers.