Do you put pictures of your child online? Then their face might well end up on one of these one day.
If you have ever uploaded a picture of your child on Flickr then someone could be drinking coffee out of a mug with their face on it right now.
And it’s totally legal, due to privacy settings on the social media site.
“Koppie, Koppie” means “think, think!” in Dutch and was created to highlight just how complex online privacy has become.
Flickr users are able to select the option to share their photos freely under certain Creative Common licences, which means images can be used for commercial use without payment.
However, the sites default setting is “all rights reserved”, meaning most images cannot be used without written permission.
Described as a social experiment, the Dutch duo are making 90 cents per mug sold, which has led to some slamming the project as creepy and an intentional violation of privacy.