Victoria Beckham Coffee Froth Portrait Is Uncanny

Victoria Beckham showcased a coffee froth portrait created by New York “latte artist” Michael Breach over the weekend, which amazed her thousands of Twitter followers.

Breach joined the dozens of other photographers and artists to have captured the beauty of the Spice Girl, however rather than etching it on a canvas, he ingeniously drew her facial features in a cup of coffee.

However, if you’re hoping to go and check out Breach’s portrait of Victoria in a museum or cafe, you won’t be able to as his work only lasts for three minutes, by which time the froth on the coffee dies.

Mr Breach created the image as he looked to raise money for Macmillian’s coffee morning. This campaign is looking to encourage people to hold their own fund-raising mornings this coming Friday.

When discussing his work, Mr Breach told visualnews.com, “I kind of want to be like Willy Wonka with coffee, make it interesting and fun for people. Take the pretentiousness out of it, take the seriousness out of it.”

Mrs Beckham uploaded the picture to her Twitter feed on Sunday, with the following caption:

Earlier this summer, Victoria Beckham was voted the most inspiring mother figure in Great Britain, due to the fact that she has a flourishing career and still manages to look after her four children.

Discussing the accolade, she remarked, “I don’t know how I do it. It is a juggling act. It’s no different for me than any other mum. I get up very early and go through spelling tests and times tables tests with the kids like any working mum. But I have great people who handle my schedule…it’s difficult juggling working, having the children, and having a husband who travels.

She did confess though that she doesn’t do it alone, stating, “I do have a bit of help, I have a nanny, I can’t do it all myself…I’d do anything for them. But I also love what I do. I think anyone who says it’s easy is lying.”

[Image via Twitter]