This skull mug is one of Stuckie's creations, and has two holes in the top, a large one to put the drink in, and a small strawhole to suck it back out. Design is a flat skull with crossbones and lopsided eyesockets. Marked "Bones" on the back. This orange version was released for Halloween in 2006.
This mug is shaped like a retro flying saucer supported by three Moai heads that function as landing gear. A Moai headed figure wearing a space suit stands in the open doorway of the lid, looking out. The top lid of the saucer is removable and has a straw hole in the lid also. The theme of this year's Tiki Oasis was "Yesterday's Future, Today" with a look back at the sci-fi/space theme throughout pop culture.
A large shrunken head vessel with hair pulled back in a top knot and 4 straw holes. As an artist proof, details and glaze colors vary.
A mug shaped like a horned Oni Demon. Oni (鬼?) are a kind of yōkai from Japanese folklore, variously translated as demons, devils, ogres or trolls. They are popular characters in Japanese art, literature and theatre. Depictions of oni vary widely but usually portray them as hideous, gigantic ogre-like creatures with sharp claws, wild hair, and two long horns growing from their heads. Their skin may be any number of colors, but red and blue are particularly common. Glaze colors on these mugs do vary, however. Marked for Bell & Iron Tattoo Studio, in Oakland, CA.
This is a stacker mug shaped like a coconut monkey. These mugs are sold "blind-boxed" with a variety of glaze combinations/facial expressions. Released in the Munktiki vending machine at the Grasshut Gallery in Portland, OR.
The coconut monkey is manufactured by Munktiki. They look like coconuts but they're not. They're ceramic and all of them are unique, no two alike. Each monkey varies by hat, eyes, nose and mouth. This version is wearing a Halloween costume and was released as a promotion on Halloween 2013.
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Oyam was designed and manufactured by Falin Minoru (aka Tiki Kaimuki). The mug was produced in a variety of glazes. The tiki has big round eyes, a small nose with flared nostrils and squarish puckered lips.
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Palembei was designed and produced by Falin Minoru (aka Tiki Kaimuki). It was influenced by the art of the Sepik River region of Papua New Guinea. The tiki has round protruding eyes set in deep sockets, a large open mouth and a long nose that extends from his forehead down past his mouth. The glaze colors vary throughout the limited run.
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Monkey with skull face sitting on a fugu/puffer fish and "driving" it with a small ship's wheel clenched in both hands. The monkey is the same as Munktiki's earlier "Skull Monkey" design. Released in brown and other colors for the limited edition.
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This is a pointed eared monster fink mug. He has two holes on the top of his head that make "antennas" when straws are inserted. Regular edition mugs vary in glaze color. This is a super limited edition of 25 in gold glaze.
Munktiki SLTD, Kaimuki Skoai, Yakimon
A mug shaped like the head of a Maori Warrior with moko tattooing on face and red tongue extended. A black dangling earring in each ear. Hair pulled back in topknot on reverse. A first edition in gloss brown was issued in 2014.
This is a mug shaped like Kelly Merrell, a bartender at Trader Sam's Enchanted Tiki Bar in Anaheim, CA. The mug depicts Kelly in his straw hat, with glasses, and pouring a cocktail from a shaker tin into a tiki mug. The regular edition of 200 was limited to 2 mugs per person. This is an artist proof, and, as such, will differ in glaze color and detail.
This mug is a riff on the original Mr. Bali Hai, the mascot for the Bali Hai Restaurant in San Diego, and is a mash-up between Mr. Bali Hai and the Creature From The Black Lagoon. The theme of this year's Tiki Oasis was "Monster Island" with a look back at classic movie monsters including the Creature, Frankenstein, Dracula, Wolfman and many more. Originally, this was a limited run of 350 which sold out by the event. Additionally, the event hosts and Eekum Bookum decided to take mail-orders for further mugs at the event (100 more?) to be shipped out no later than October 29th, for a grand total of 450 mugs. This is the first time Oasis has ever arranged for extra mugs to be made post-event. These mugs are labeled "AE" on bottom for "After Event".
From Smuggler's Cove Instagram: First envisioned back in 2011 as a painting by MP, we began discussions to bring it to life for Smuggler’s Cove many years ago and we're so happy with the results! A true celebration of San Francisco’s greatest tiki icons, the Suffering Bob mug marries Trader Vic’s Suffering Bastard (aka Mai Tai Joe) with Bob Bryant and Alec Yuill-Thornton’s Tiki Bob. Sculpted and produced in California by MP, Suffering Bob stands (squats?) a mighty 9.5” high and is finished in a color matched body with a white antiqued crackle glaze on the face. Smuggler’s Cove SC logo and San Francisco on the back complete this tribute in a signed and numbered limited edition of 100 for $200 ea. ON SALE TUESDAY, MAY 26th at 10AM PDT ONLINE ONLY at the SC website store
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The Feejee Mermaid was produced by Munktiki. The design is based on an old PT Barnum hoax in which the head and torso of a monkey was attached to the tail of a fish. For this edition, the arm placement and color varies from mug to mug.
Munktiki SLTD Yakimon Kaimuki Skoai D. Cerva
This is a mug shaped like a cat playing a circular synthesizer keyboard and wearing the signature Devo red energy dome hat. The mug is glazed in a matte wipe-away black, leaving the cat and keyboard in a gray color with details picked out in black left in recesses of sculpt. Hat is gloss red. The American new wave band Devo has often worn this red, terraced energy dome as part of its stage outfit. Mug was released at the 1st Anniversary Event at TikiCat bar in Kansas City, MO, on April 14, 2018.
Munktiki SLTD D. Cerva Skoai Yakimon
In the 1990s, archeologists in Mexico City unearthed a 500-year-old skeleton near an ancient Aztec temple - a victim of human sacrifice. Perhaps even more chilling was what the beheaded skeleton was holding: two small whistles, one in the shape of a skull. When a researcher blew into one of the tiny instruments, the horrifying sounds that emerged immediately captivated imaginations. One scholar described the noise as a shriek of death. The dreadful, high-pitched sound of the whistle is perhaps most comparable to a human scream. The true purpose of these artifacts has baffled experts. Were they used to terrorize enemies in warfare? Were they used to induce trances as part of healing rituals? Perhaps they were used in the ritual of human sacrifice? Nobody knows. This is the limited edition glazed version of this mug design.
Munktiki Skoai D. Cerva Yakimon
Munktiki SLTD Skoai D. Cerva Yakimon
This is a stacked totem-like mug with a skull at base (spider on side of skull), a cat head in middle, and a bat head at top. Back features three melting/dripping candles and runic writing. Each of the 25 in the Super Limited Edition has a slightly different glaze combination. This is the Limited Edition in white with black wipe-away to pick out details of sculpt. There is also a light blue and white Limited Edition. There are 100 Limited mugs total split between the 2 colors.
Munktiki SLTD Skoai D. Cerva Yakimon
This mug was inspired by Duke Kahanamoku, King Kamehameha, and the Makaha Sons of Ni'ihau. From the sale of each mug, twenty dollars was donated to Hawaii H.O.M.E project who help homeless people in Hawaii get medical care(http://www.hawaiihomeproject.org/).
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A green bowl supported by three tiki poles and featuring two anthropomorphized volcanoes that have fallen in love. Designed by Tahiti Gil and sculpted & manufactured by Tiki Diablo. This bowl was inspired by the short film, Lava. Lava is a 2014 American computer-animated musical short film, produced by Pixar Animation Studios. Directed by James Ford Murphy and produced by Andrea Warren, it was theatrically released alongside Pixar's Inside Out on June 19, 2015. The plot takes place on a tropical island in the Pacific Ocean, where a lonely volcano named Uku watches the wildlife creatures frolic with their mates and hopes to find one of his own. He sings a song to the ocean each day for thousands of years, gradually venting his lava and sinking into the water, but does not realize that an undersea volcano named Lele has heard him every day and has fallen in love with him. She emerges on the day that Uku becomes extinct, but her face is turned away and she cannot see him. Uku sinks fully into the ocean, heartbroken, but revives when he hears Lele singing his song to him. His fires re-ignited, he erupts back to the surface, this time right next to Lele, and the two form a single island where they are happy together.
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A mug with the body of a striking cobra and the face of a fanged human skull. The regular Limited Edition was sold in "King Cobra" (Brown & Beige) and "King Snake" (Green). This is the Super Limited Edition sold in Pearlescent White and Black.
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