It was a simple enough objective: make a drawing without using any conventional means: ie. no pencils, no pens, no charcoal, no paint...I can't use any materials that would make you think is a drawing. I decided to try and create something with a habit of mine: drinking lots of tea and coffee. Coffee and tea both leaves stains on paper, so I started saving up the coffee grinds and tea leaves I used during the week.
I then purchased some paper designed for watercolors, and I scattered the grinds randomly onto the paper, curious to see if the moisture remaining in the grind would help 'stain' the paper.
Occasionally I would use the materials i just finished making coffee with to 'draw' / drip onto the work, as seen below:
After a few days, emptied the grind and used actual coffee to continue working on the work, and I used the tip of a chopstick to 'sketch' on the piece:
I also attempted to use the coffee filter as a tool for drawing:
I did this for about 5 days, and stopped right around here. I didn't really know what to expect when I started out, and there are parts in the drawing that is more stained than others. I added some 'scribbles' to it, in the vague shapes that I like to draw...this is my completed drawing.