March 31, 2021 / Zachary Carlsen / Sprudge.com

Coffee Design: Camber Coffee Artist Series In Bellingham, Washington

This week we're catching up with Bellingham, Washington's very own Camber Coffee, who launched an exquisite Artist Series in Winter of 2019. Back then, Camber Coffee co-founder David Yake told us that Camber has always been a representation of their love of coffee, people, food, art, and the natural world. “Having the chance to feature work by artists we admire is a privilege,” Yake says. We wanted to loop back around with Yake to find out how the series has been going, and to spotlight their newest offerings designed by UK-based artist Tilly Mint.

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