February 28, 2013

(Source: puzzylipz, via markdelabeast)

May 1, 2010
the-stig:

inothernews:

Before Starbucks’s containers became ubiquitous, there was one, and only one, famous coffee cup in the whole wide world, like ever, and it was designed by a “refugee from Nazi Europe” who became a New Yorker.  
His creation was called the “Anthora” coffee cup, and his name was Leslie Buck, resident of Long Island.  He died on Monday, at the age of 87.
Rest in peace, good sir.  
We Are Happy
You Served Us.

the-stig:

inothernews:

Before Starbucks’s containers became ubiquitous, there was one, and only one, famous coffee cup in the whole wide world, like ever, and it was designed by a “refugee from Nazi Europe” who became a New Yorker. 

His creation was called the “Anthora” coffee cup, and his name was Leslie Buck, resident of Long Island.  He died on Monday, at the age of 87.

Rest in peace, good sir. 

We Are Happy

You Served Us.