It is estimated that we use 295 million disposable cups each year in New Zealand. CUPPACOFFEECUP is a reusable, recyclable takeaway coffee cup. The idea is to reduce the large amount of waste generated by disposable takeaway coffee cups because consumers have a functional and attractive reusable coffee cup option. The CUPPACOFFEECUP is similar in look and feel to a disposable cup, is fully recyclable and has full impact designs. It is an industry standard 12 Oz cup which has been designed, made and packaged in New Zealand.
NZ Artist 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 print, humourously combining a pop art sensibility with Maori iconography.