And the side of the label telling you the vintage and the name:
Want a little closer look:
He has a lot more than one talent. He also draws pictures and takes photos and has them printed on coffee mugs. Here are a few examples.
He drew the picture on the top mug, and arranged the real peppers and took pictures of them for the other two:
The one on the left below was all the arrow and spear heads that he has found in Texas, the middle one is his own artwork, and the one on the right was a picture he took of some of the peppers he picked and then using his computer, he added the flames.
Here is close-up of his artwork. The caption reads, "Wow!! How can a Buff just up and disappear like that?".
And one for fishing and one for hunting:
A close-up of the fishing cup.
These next two cups both show the live cycle of the peppers. The one on the left is turned so you could see the start of the ripening process and the one on the right is the end of the process.
Now the next two are unique. They both look like the one on the left when cool, but put hot water in them and they reveal what is on the outside. We put hot water in the one on the right:
And another one that needed hot fluids in it to reveal the pictures. Notice the handle is still black. The heat hadn't got to it yet. The pictures on this one were taken from his game camera located on his hunting lease:
He has really done a great job on the cups. Now, I hope he can make great tasting coffee to sip from these cups. Anything less than the best would not be good enough. These are really impressive, don't you think? Now, you all finish sipping your coffee and have a great day, you hear?