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While The World Is Fixated On Red Cups, This Girl Creates Starbucks Art

If you don’t live under a rock, you’ve probably heard about the bizarre controversy that Starbucks is dealing with right now. Everyone seems to have an opinion about those red cups, but while Internet commenters are duking it out on social media, one awesome young artist is busy turning Starbucks cups into vibrant works of art.

Let Carrah Aldridge help you take a break from all of that tension so you can go back to loving your favorite coffee chain.

It all starts with some simple supplies. To create these pieces, Aldridge uses white gel pens, Sharpies, and brightly colored Copic markers.

And of course, she collects those iconic Starbucks cups.

Rather than cover up the Starbucks logo, she incorporates the ubiquitous mermaid into her designs.

I got the center all colored 😅💕

A photo posted by Carrah Aldridge (@creative_carrah) on May 2, 2015 at 2:45pm PDT

This gorgeous blue creation is by far her most popular cup, and it now has almost 13,000 likes on Instagram!

Even though some have more likes than others on social media, there’s no denying that the entire collection is absolutely stunning.

The modest artist says that this black-and-white design isn’t “half bad,” but I think we all know how incredible it is. How cool would this look on a travel mug?

And she doesn’t limit her creativity to one particular style. For this cup, she decided to pay homage to YouTuber Markiplier, who often creates characters of his own.

It’s always cool to see how artists work. Luckily for us, Aldridge shares progress updates on Instagram. Amazing, isn’t it?

As the battle wages on between those who like the plain red cups and those who don’t, Carrah Aldridge has one simple mission: to make Starbucks cups into something everyone can love.

(via Bored Panda)

It’s nice to see something upbeat and positive floating around online for a change! Judging by her posts on social media, this young artist just wants to create beautiful work and spread a little bit of happiness to everyone who visits her page.

To see more of Aldridge’s work, be sure to follow her on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

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