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Meet the people who help create the art for our products.
Their talent helps convey the visual side of our Themed Coffee & Tea experience.


Mario Graciotti is a Brazilian illustrator and graphic designer based in Los Angeles. He has created art for clients like Disney and Focus Features.
His work is vibrant and playful, from custom typography, posters and labels, to graphic illustrations, maps and patterns.

Some of his art for us includes: Fortune and Glory, Ghoulish Delight, Skipper's Brew, Prospector's Roast, Hook's Revenge, Devilish Dame, Enchanted Tiki Coconut, Roundup Roast and more!

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Gavin Otteson is an independent artist who works in both traditional and digital media. His paintings typically depict imagined landscapes and often feature buildings or structures. Some of these are purely of his own, whimsical design and some are inspired by the mid-century masterpiece that is Disneyland. Taking inspiration from the art, design, music, and architecture of the mid-to late twentieth century, he seeks to imbue his work with both a nostalgic romanticism and a longing hope for a beautiful future for all. Gavin can often be found spending time in Disneyland, reading, watching animated movies, or visiting art galleries. He simply cannot survive without coffee.

Some of his art for us includes: Route 66 Tire Fix, Pumpkin Spice King, Happily Never After, Beans From Outer Space and Ink & Paint!

Learn more about Gavin:
Instagram: @gavinottesonart
Etsy: GavinOttesonArt


Rob Yeo is a themed entertainment designer and illustrator with a love of bold colours, retro styles and theme parks.

Some of his art for us includes: Dark Side Roast, Bighearted Butterscotch, Cunning Caramel Crunch, Booksmart Blueberry, Charming Chocolate Cherry, Redhead Rum, Accio Coffee and our licensed Shelby American coffees.

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Eva Lacy (Critterosity) is from a small town and dreamed of creating cartoons for major studios. After growing up and moving to the big city, she realized her true passion was creating for herself. Critterosity has worked with Care Bears, Expedition Roasters, Swazzle Puppet Studio and many more. After several years of selling her own artwork and sharing her creations with the world, she is excited to see what the future holds.

Some of her art for us includes: Passion Fruit Splash, Second Star to the Right, Mrs. Nesbitt's Darjeeling Tea, Practically Perfect Tea, We're All Mad Here.

Learn more about Eva:


James C. Mulligan, Mr Mulligan’s work is represented in galleries internationally, and collected by everyone from Hugh Hefner (where his work was recently featured in Mr. Hefner‘s lifetime estate auction) and Johnny Depp to Dick VanDyke, Richard Sherman (half of the Oscar-winning song writing duo of Mary Poppins) and Roger Daltrey. An artist with a career long relationship with the Walt Disney Company, spanning over two decades, projects include Animazement, Light Magic, Haunted Mansion Holiday, and newly revitalized classics from Walt Disney Feature Animation.

Our collaboration with him has brought us the art for our Wonderland Coffee Crumb Cake

Learn more about James:
Social @mulliganjimmy


Jeff Granito, from his home studio in Southern California, he creates art for well known clients including multiple Disney divisions, Warner Brothers, DC Comics, Fox, Sesame Workshop, Nickelodeon, In-n Out Burger, Ruby's Diner, Paramount Pictures, Skechers, Dark Hall Mansion, Lucky Brand, Victoria’s Secret, Tilly’s, and many more.

Some of his art for us includes Groggy Joe and Dark Depths.

Learn more about Jeff:
Social @jeffgranitodesigns


Darren Wise, The Valley of the Sun resident and coffee addict Darren Wise has been honing his art style from the time he could hold a crayon. His use of rounded shapes and flowing line work allows him to bring out the bright side in everything he creates. Remembering what it was like to let our imagination run free as children, his illustration work envokes innocence, play and undeniably felling of joy and laughter. Influence of vintage signage and advertisement can been seen in his logo designs, his character designs create worlds of wonder, happiness and love thru his cartoon style of illustration.

Our collaboration with him has brought us the art for our limited edition t-shirts and artist series mugs.

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Brian Collins, As a Show Writer with Walt Disney Imagineering, Brian Collins helped create the magic in virtually all your favorite theme parks including the Magic Kingdom, Disney Hollywood Studios and Epcot. If you ever rode the former Great Movie Ride or heard Albert AWOL’s radio broadcast in the queue of the Jungle Cruise, then hopefully you’ve laughed at his corny puns. He now works as an Innovation Consultant through his practice called The Brainstorm Institute, teaches courses in creativity and theme park design as an adjunct professor, writes a monthly Imagineering column for WDW Magazine and on occasion gives tours of the theme parks or offers up private Dinners with an Imagineer which can be booked through his web site WDWithMe.

Our collaboration with Brian includes some wonderful backstories on Beans From Outer Space, Ink & Paint and Jolliest Bunch of A$$holes.

Learn more about Brian:
On Facebook: The Mouse and the Imagineer


Craig Skaggs, started his career while still in high school working for a small children's book publisher. He became a full-time artist in 1993 doing commercial art for advertising agencies, and illustrations for publishers of teaching materials. Soon after he was picked to illustrate Star Wars art for Brown Shoe Co. and branched out into design: shoe, toys, novelties and collectibles. He's worked for several magazine, game, comic, medical journal and children's book publishers and was a cover artist for Random House and Wings Press.
Currently he's an official fine artist for Lucasfilm and Disney, a lead medical illustrator for the Journal of Allergy and Immunology and has several commercial clients as well as convention art and private commissions.

Our collaboration with Craig was creating the incredible bag art for Thunderstruck.

Learn more about Craig:
Facebook: @craigskaggsart