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  • Starbucks green cup connects 100 characters with a single line

    Take a look all the way around the new Starbucks green cup. Artist Shogo Ota created a mosaic of more than 100 people drawn with one line for the new limited edition cup. "During a divisive time in our county, Starbucks wanted to create a symbol of unity as a reminder of our shared values, and the need to be good to each other,” said Howard Schultz, chairman and CEO.

Starbucks green cup connects 100 characters with a single line

Take a look all the way around the new Starbucks green cup. Artist Shogo Ota created a mosaic of more than 100 people drawn with one line for the new limited edition cup. "During a divisive time in our county, Starbucks wanted to create a symbol of unity as a reminder of our shared values, and the need to be good to each other,” said Howard Schultz, chairman and CEO.
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