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Ask me anything   A VISUAL SIDE OF CAFE CULTURE
BY
DUNNEFRANKOWSKI

Creative Coffee Company
Contact For Consultancy : info@dunnefrankowski.com
Dunne : +44 741 1601 846
Frankowski : +44 793 957 2957
Web : www.DunneFrankowski.com


Sharps Coffee Bar by DunneFrankowski
9 Windmill Street W1T 2JF
Opening Hours :
Mon - Fri 8am - 6pm
Sat 10am - 6pm
Sun 12pm - 6pm

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    LYLES

    LONDON

    Lyle’s London opened just a few months ago in the Tea Building, a creative space hub in the bustling, hip Shoreditch neighborhood. The renowned young chef behind the restaurant is James Lowe, of Young Turks fame. Lyle’s is a clean, quiet, and serene space offering lunch and dinner service while also providing a daytime drop-in coffee bar, headed (quite improbably) by another man called James Low……….”

    Read entire Interview via SPRUDGE

    Brought to you by Victor A Frankowski

    DunneFrankowski 

    — 1 month ago with 6 notes
    #look  #see  #listen  #drink  #eat  #london  #food  #restaurant  #coffee  #shoreditch 

    THE 

    BALANCE

    BREWER

    The Balance Brewer is made up of three main parts: A lower chamber, a coffee chamber made with a filter, and a Tim Wendleboe AeroPress filter and a water chamber. Essentially, the brewer works like an hourglass. With the three parts put together, boiling water in the bottom, coffee in the middle, and an empty chamber on top (all airtight), the device then gets flipped, and a valve is turned, allowing the water to drip consistently through the ground coffee in about 4 minutes. The process essentially looks like how you might invert an Aeropress, but on a much larger scale.

    You can read more about the brewer and a short interview with its designer Courtney Brennan on Sprudge.com.

    FRANKOWSKI

    — 2 months ago with 4 notes
    #drink  #look  #SEE 

    Coffee kettle and trivet

    by Iacoli & McAllister and Coming Soon Coffee

    US design duo Iacoli & McAllister have teamed up with Hoi Chi Ng of Coming Soon Coffee to design the perfect pour-over kettle and trivet.

    Iacoli & McAllister
    This product design studio was founded in Seattle in 2007 by Jamie Iacoli and Brian Mcallister. Artfully mixing materials such as brass, copper, marble, wood and powder-coated steel, the duo produce angular, pared-back and often sculptural pieces, ranging from paperweights and bottle openers to jewellery, lighting and tables. Iacoli and Mcallister freely admit that the wheels of their design processes are greased by caffeine. 
    iacolimcallister.com 

    Coming Soon Coffee

    Cross an architect with a barista and you’ll have the unusual hybrid that is Hoi Chi Ng. With business partner Matthias Suchert, he set up Coming Soon Coffee in 2011. Originally a pop-up bar at the Exhibit Gallery, London, which he opened while holding down a day job at Jamie Fobert Architects, the concept came to Wallpaper* Handmade last year. Utterly dedicated to creating premium brews by whatever means possible, his search for the best equipment spans the globe.
    comingsooncoffee.wordpress.com 

    Sourced : Wallpaper 

    Photography: Caleb Charland; Writer: Emma Moore


    Read more at http://www.wallpaper.com/v2/directory4/handmade2014/products_and_sketches/coffee_kettle_and_trivet#oWbf5o7ym3ldayMA.99

    DUNNE 

    — 2 months ago
    #see  #look  #design  #coffee 

    Geometric Perspective

    DUNNE

    — 2 months ago with 2 notes
    #see  #look  #design  #Art  #Interior  #Colour 

    Be Mountain 

    OReilly, 29, grew up in Kilkenny, Ireland. At 14, he stumbled into an animation studio that established itself in our home town. Now David is based in LA, and has worked of the likes of “Hitch Hiker Guide To the Galaxy”, many of his own solo project and recenttly acclaimed “HER”. 

    This is his most recent project after finishing up on HER, he decided to create a compute game, like no other. 

    "Mountain" isn’t so much a game as an experience. When you open up the app, which is now available for iOS, Mac and PC, and the game asks you a question that DavidOReilly described in his presentation as "more psychologically invasive than anything Facebook wants to know about you." There are questions about love and hate and how you feel about your mother.

    "Mountain" is generative, which means that each peak it makes is unique. “It literally has billions of different mountains,” OReilly said.

    FEATURES

    No controls

    Automatic save

    Audio on/off switch

    Time moves forward

    Things grow and things die

    Nature expresses itself

    50 hours of gameplay

    Once generated, you cannot be regenerated

    GENRE :Simulator, Relax em’ up, Art Horror etc

    Download and begin your Journey as a Mountain  

    Dunne

    — 3 months ago
    #see  #look  #listen  #game  #design  #art  #animation  #david oreilly  #Mountain  #generator 
    Ł O D Ź 
2 0 1 4 
C O F F E E  
F E S T I V A L 


Lynchian Illustration By 
Lars K. Huse
www.illustrationandcoffee.comwww.cupofill.com

DUNNEFRANKOWSKI 

    Ł O D Ź 

    2 0 1 4 

    C O F F E E  

    F E S T I V A L 

    Lynchian Illustration By 

    Lars K. Huse

    www.illustrationandcoffee.com
    www.cupofill.com

    DUNNEFRANKOWSKI 

    — 3 months ago with 4 notes
    #look  #see  #listen  #drink  #eat  #DunneFrankowski  #LarsKHuse  #Coffee  #illustration  #Polnd 

    .Tickle .Me

    .Turquoise

    DUNNE

    — 3 months ago with 7 notes
    #See  #Look  #Design  #colour  #turquoise 

    MacCupping 

    Come get your Mac on, with over Fifteen MacCoffees to be tasted at MacIntrye Coffee

    US Coffees from MADCAP and Ceremony. Kronotrop from Turkey, Moving Coffee from Hong Kong, and obviously not forgetting some of Londons finest. 

    Time Saturday the 16th at 3pm 

    Place 13-21Hoxton Street, N1 6NN

    Dunne

     

    — 3 months ago with 2 notes
    #look  #see  #listen  #drink  #eat  #coffee  #london 

    UK

    Aeropress

    Championships

    2014

    Last weekend I got to cover the 4th UK Aeropress Championships for sprudge.com at Workshop’s newest coffee bar in Holborn. Congratulations to Gabrielle Von Kass from Square Mile beating of some stiff opposition from Oliver Bignall and Pete Garcia in 2nd and 3rd respectably. You can read the article and find out the finalists recipes on Sprudge. 

    Frankowski

    — 4 months ago with 10 notes
    #drink  #see  #look  #sprudge  #aeropress 
    S U N D A Y  
C U P P I N G 
The 18 TH

9 x Roasters  /  15 Coffees  / 1 Spoon 
Come by and try coffees from some of Europe’s finiest Scandinavian roasters. Not to forget The Barn newly roasted coffee which have just come in. 

Plenty to taste and discuss as always at Sharps Coffee Bar By DunneFrankowski. 

3 P M as always . 

DUNNE

    S U N D A Y  

    C U P P I N G 

    The 18 TH

    9 x Roasters  /  15 Coffees  / 1 Spoon 

    Come by and try coffees from some of Europe’s finiest Scandinavian roasters. Not to forget The Barn newly roasted coffee which have just come in. 

    Plenty to taste and discuss as always at Sharps Coffee Bar By DunneFrankowski

    3 P M as always . 

    DUNNE

    — 4 months ago with 4 notes
    #see  #look  #listen  #drink  #coffee 

    COLD BREW
    COFFEE CRAFTED
    IN LONDON

    Making coffee that little bit different, opening up a new market, a point of difference makes a huge difference. Brewed & Designed by Sandows London. We love the design.

    Images By Victor Frankowski 

    DUNNEFRANKOWSKI 

    — 4 months ago with 713 notes
    #look  #see  #drink  #coffee  #london  #Coldbrew 
    Great Coffee In Poland, Part 2: The Marvelous Cafes Of Warsaw →

    P O L A N D 

    D O E S 

    C O F F E E 

    Mr. Frankowski is documenting the land of his birth in a two-part series on Sprudge. In Part 2 of the series, we take a closer look at some of the best cafes in Warsaw, Poland’s capital. 

    FRANKOWSKI 

    — 4 months ago with 1 note
    #look  #see  #listen  #drink  #eat  #poland  #design  #coffee 
    Great Coffee In Poland, Part 1: Cafes Beyond Warsaw →

    V I B R A N T 

    P O L A N D 

    Consider this a heartfelt set of recommendations, and a candid look at Poland’s vibrant–and underappreciated–cafe culture.

    FRANKOWSKI 

    — 4 months ago with 1 note
    #look  #see  #listen  #drink  #eat  #coffee  #design  #poland