Cuppa coffee reusable cups - New Zealand made, New Zealand artists - 31 Designs
Cuppa coffee reusable cups - New Zealand made, New Zealand artists - 31 Designs
Cuppa coffee reusable cups - New Zealand made, New Zealand artists - 31 Designs
Cuppa coffee reusable cups - New Zealand made, New Zealand artists - 31 Designs
Cuppa coffee reusable cups - New Zealand made, New Zealand artists - 31 Designs
Cuppa coffee reusable cups - New Zealand made, New Zealand artists - 31 Designs
Cuppa coffee reusable cups - New Zealand made, New Zealand artists - 31 Designs
Cuppa coffee reusable cups - New Zealand made, New Zealand artists - 31 Designs
Cuppa coffee reusable cups - New Zealand made, New Zealand artists - 31 Designs
Cuppa coffee reusable cups - New Zealand made, New Zealand artists - 31 Designs
Cuppa coffee reusable cups - New Zealand made, New Zealand artists - 31 Designs
Cuppa coffee reusable cups - New Zealand made, New Zealand artists - 31 Designs
Cuppa coffee reusable cups - New Zealand made, New Zealand artists - 31 Designs
Cuppa coffee reusable cups - New Zealand made, New Zealand artists - 31 Designs
Cuppa coffee reusable cups - New Zealand made, New Zealand artists - 31 Designs
Cuppa coffee reusable cups - New Zealand made, New Zealand artists - 31 Designs
Cuppa coffee reusable cups - New Zealand made, New Zealand artists - 31 Designs
Cuppa coffee reusable cups - New Zealand made, New Zealand artists - 31 Designs
Cuppa coffee reusable cups - New Zealand made, New Zealand artists - 31 Designs
Cuppa coffee reusable cups - New Zealand made, New Zealand artists - 31 Designs
Cuppa coffee reusable cups - New Zealand made, New Zealand artists - 31 Designs
Cuppa coffee reusable cups - New Zealand made, New Zealand artists - 31 Designs
Cuppa coffee reusable cups - New Zealand made, New Zealand artists - 31 Designs
Cuppa coffee reusable cups - New Zealand made, New Zealand artists - 31 Designs
Cuppa coffee reusable cups - New Zealand made, New Zealand artists - 31 Designs
Cuppa coffee reusable cups - New Zealand made, New Zealand artists - 31 Designs

Cuppa coffee reusable cups - New Zealand made, New Zealand artists - 31 Designs

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What is CUPPACOFFEECUP?

CUPPACOFFEECUP is a New Zealand-made reusable takeaway coffee cup. Instead of disposing of a cup every time you have a takeaway coffee, re-use your CUPPACOFFEECUP. The idea behind CUPPACOFFEECUP was to create a reusable cup that is lightweight, has striking full colour imagery and looks and feels much like a disposable cup.

Why use CUPPACOFFEECUP?

It is estimated that 100-200 million disposable cups are used each year in New Zealand.  That number is even higher in Australia – with approximately 800 million disposable cups being used each year.  Many disposable cups cannot be recycled because they are lined with plastic.  There is also a significant environmental cost in manufacturing disposable cups.  Even compostable disposable cups cannot be composted without the correct facilities.

About the Artists

Greg Straight

Greg is a graphic designer and artist living in Auckland.

Always doodling, his active imagination was always going to lead to a life of creativity. He has worked in the field of visual arts for over a decade now and has the flexibility of a number of key styles. Along with a great understanding of composition and the importance of good typography, his artwork and illustrations are second to none.

Dick Frizzell

Richard (Dick) Frizzell is one of New Zealand’s most successful and high profile contemporary artists. Frizzell studied art at the Canterbury School of Arts from 1960-1964 and was employed in advertising before moving to Auckland to lecture at Elam School of Fine Arts. Dick Frizzell’s print Mickey to tiki tu meke is currently New Zealand’s top selling design.

Angie Dennis

Established Auckland artist Angie Dennis has been painting professionally since 2002. Originally from UK, she has made New Zealand her home since 1998, and has never looked back. Angie has experimented in different styles and forms of art – from nudes, to abstracts, to still-life. But considering her background in Environmental Science it is not a surprise that Angie found her artistic calling in plants and wildlife.

Tony Cribb

Christchurch’s Tony Cribb has been exhibiting since 2001, and his darkly humorous art has found a home in many collections and galleries. Inspired since childhood by the cinematic worlds of Tim Burton and the crazy surreal characters of Jim Henson, Cribb’s art is filled with whimsically surreal characters and images that are simultaneously comic and poignant. 

Ema Frost

Ema Frost is an Auckland based graphic illustrator and artist. Her work is inspired by the legends and mythologies of Maori and Japanese folklore that have been the muse of her imagination since she was a young girl. Ema marries the two cultures with harmonious cohesion giving her work its signature dreamlike style

Glenn Jones

Glenn Jones is a  graphic designer and illustrator from Auckland. Glenn found internet fame in the mid 2000’s with his quirky Tshirt designs that lead to the creation of his own US based brand. They’ve been worn by celebrities, appeared regularly on popular US TV shows including but not limited to the big bang theory.

Mulga

Mulga is Joel Moore, a Sydney based artist, freelance illustrator and poet who paints murals, designs t-shirts and runs the Mulga brand. He left his finance job to further his art career and his own variety of street art is now widely available.

Sophie Blokker

Sophie Blokker is a professional Artist and Illustrator living and working in her hometown of Hawkes Bay. Since a young age Sophie has always been drawing, and is constantly inspired by nature and the beauty of the world around her.

If you don’t find her in her studio creating, you can be certain she will be out trekking or exploring this beautiful land of New Zealand, gleaning inspirational native flora and fauna.

Sandy Rodgers

Sandy researches New Zealand’s rich and vibrant culture and her delvings into history & mythology are captured in her works. Sandy exhibits her paintings in galleries throughout New Zealand and abroad.

Love Lis {Lisa Robertson}

Auckland based artist Lisa Robertson, better known at ‘Love, Lis’ creates beautiful animal and bird paintings, predominantly in Acrylics on Canvas.

While Lisa’s only real ‘when I grow up’ dream was to paint, it wasn’t until after her children were born that she returned to uni to rekindle her skills before throwing herself fully into her artistic career.

Janine Millington 

Janine Millington is an artist, illustrator, children’s book illustrator, art tutor, and graphic designer from Southbridge, Canterbury. She creates detailed art with intricate drawings and bright, vibrant colour.

Her background in graphic design has given her creativity a practical edge and she’s equally happy working on her own projects or designing to a brief. Her work is often created in two parts – detailed hand drawings, and painting – either traditional style or digital.