This is a mug shaped like a Tiki head with round eyes, a large nose, and an open bow-shaped mouth lined with large square teeth. It is glazed in brown with blue eyes and white teeth. Made for the High Dive in San Diego which bills itself as a "high class dive bar." The mug is a replica of the carving in front of the establishment.
This is a mug shaped like a Toltec Idol in white glaze with black wash to pick out details. Tiki Tolteca is a unique Latin American themed exotica Tiki lounge at 301 North Peters St located on the second floor of Felipe's Taqueria in the French Quarter. This mug is the last designed sculpt by The Pizz, and has memorial dates for him on the bottom.
This is a version of the classic Mr. Bali Hai tiki mug with the black and white skull mask of the Creepxotica band and with a black and white fez lid featuring a coffin and bat on the front.
Mr. Bali Hai is an oblong head with a bone through the nose and large hoop earrings, with sleepily lidded eyes -- the carved version being a mascot that greets visitors at the entrance to the Bali Hai.
Creepxotica is the Exotica Music playing alter ego of The Creepy Creeps band which started out doing a "haunted style" of Bossa Nova music.
Released at the Bali Hai on Friday April 30th, at a Creepxotica show at the Bali Hai.
This mug is of the original Mr. Bali Hai, the mascot for the Bali Hai Restaurant in San Diego. This version has a flat base marked "Mr. Bali Hai made Exclusively for Bali Hai Restaurant San Diego, Calif" printed on the bottom. Mr. Bali Hai is an oblong head with a bone through the nose and large white hoop earrings, with sleepily lidded eyes (eyes are usually brown, sometimes blue). The mug comes with a lid with two straw holes. Face is slightly more slender than the modern reproduction.
This is a mug shaped like a coconut and marked for Latitude 29. It has a straw hole in the top side of mug. Manufactured by Cocktail Kingdom.
This is a mug shaped like a full standing snarling cat wearing a red fez. Small tiki head on front of fez and bamboo detailing on reverse. Used to serve the "Drink Grog Right Meow" cocktail.
This is a mug shaped like a barrel with a devil clinging to the side. The super limited version has a red devil. This open edition devil is colored in beige.
This is a skull mug with a pirate hat. This mug was released August 19, 2011 at The High Dive in San Diego. Initial price was $16 which included the mug with a mai tai and $8 refills. The Pizz was there to do signings as well. The mugs sold out at the event.
The first run had Ballast Point in red, a 2nd run was done, I believe later, that only had the Ballas Point in white. I can't recall.
This is a black wipe-away glazed fog cutter mug featuring a wrap around image that includes scenes from the bar, including tikis, a Queen Chair, hula girl velvet painting, a hanging pufferfish light, rum bottles, and more. There is a green-wiped glaze version as well. Sculpted by Patrick Vassar.
This mug is shaped like a coconut that is still in it's husk. It has three distinct sides. One side shows the Lei Low logo, one side says "Howdy" and the third side says "Since 2014". They were made by John Mulder and are an homage to Trader Vic's “Aloha” coconut.
Due to COVID, this is a combo Anniversary mug for both years 7 and 8. This was also released during the Houston Rodeo.
This is a black glazed suffering bastard style mug featuring a a moai head with arms and legs, with both hands to its temples as though nursing a wicked hangover. These were limited to one per person at the event.
This limited run Split Drum Mug was based off the carving by Allen Mate. Run of 10 in this orange edition. There was also a larger edition in brown glaze.
This was a larger run by Oakwash. It came in two versions, the standard in brown with black wash, and a rare "Whattaburger" edition in orange and white. This was made from a carving by Allen Mate which is in the bar.
This is a bluish-green mug shaped like a Tiki Bob style moai with white face and with the Lei Low logo & moai on back. This Lei Low 3rd Anniversary tiki mug was designed for the Lei Low Rum & Tiki Room (6412 N. Main St., Houston, Texas). There is a brown version as well.
This mug is shaped like a tiki hut. The front side shows the Lei Low logo and the back side has a couple of bowls or baskets hanging from the eves and text says "Since 2014". This is the special "Whattaburger" edition of 10 which is a natural color with orange wipe. There is also a standard edition of 100 which is a natural color with black wipe.
This is a brown mug shaped like a Tiki Bob style moai with white face and with the Lei Low logo & moai on back. This Lei Low 3rd Anniversary tiki mug was designed for the Lei Low Rum & Tiki Room (6412 N. Main St., Houston, Texas). There is a bluish-green version as well.
This mug is shaped like a tiki hut. The front side shows the Lei Low logo and the back side has a couple of bowls or baskets hanging from the eves and text says "Since 2014". This is the standard edition of 100 which is a natural color with black wipe. There is also a "whataburger" edition that has an orange wipe glaze (limited to 10 pieces).