This Tiki pole shaped mug was produced by Tiki Kiliki Productions and Eekum Bookum. This mug is a replica of the poles that you find surrounding the Tonga Room at the Mai-Kai. Originally carved by Oceanic Arts in Whittier, CA, these Tiki poles can be seen at a few other vintage Tiki establishments as well.
A hiball mug featuring a map of the South Pacific Islands with several small graphics mixed in (including a hula girl, surfer, octopus, toucan, sea turtle, porpoise, catamaran, and hibiscus flower). This hiball has tapa pattern trim around edges of map, so around the edges of the mug at top and bottom and the "seam" where it is "rolled together" on back.
The Hawaii 50th Anniversary Mug was designed by Brad Parker aka Tiki Shark for Tiki Farm. The brown mug features two Kus back to back. The front of the mug has a Hawaii quarter embedded. The mug reads "50 Years of Statehood 1959-2009" on the back.
This is a mug shaped like a Bora Bora styled tiki wearing Berry's signature straw hat and marked "Beachbum Berry". Originally came in three different color-ways: green, blue, and orange. This is a limited edition version in glossy red for the Sippin' Santa Pop Ups that Jeff Berry hosted during the 2018 Christmas season, Nov. 23 - Dec. 31 at 12 locations. More information at https://www.sippinsantapopup.com
A mug shaped like a Tiki-like version of a standing humanoid Sea Creature with sharp teeth and round bulging eyes. A human skull is nestled at the base between its feet. This mug was created for the Body Glove 60th Anniversary and was based on "The Body Glove Sea Creature" (a painting by Brad Parker) which was in turn inspired by "The Disappearance" (a short film by Greg Browning). Each mug comes with signed card from Brad Parker. Part of a set of three mugs, including the Body Glove Shark Tiki Mug and the Body Glove 60th Anniversary Tiki Mug. Set of three mugs was limited to 100 signed with cards, although full edition run for each individual mug was considerably higher.
“Ku’ool” is the first in a “Friends of the Farm” series of mugs inspired by friends and collectors of Tiki Farm. This flare-shaped Tiki mug features three different, classic Ku Warrior Tiki Gods flanking the mug’s perimeter. This concept was suggested by a long-time Tiki Farm collector, Ron Senso.
This volcano shaped mug was made for the Magic Of Polynesia show at the Waikiki Beachcomber. The volcano is brown with red and yellow lava flowing out the top. The base is surrounded by palm trees. Magic of Polynesia is one of the longest-running shows of its style in the world, performing for kamaaina and visitors alike since 1990. Magic of Polynesia was designed to bring the theatrics of a David Copperfield-style performance to Hawaii under the guise of a produced Polynesian stage show. The host for the 75-minute performance is Hawaii-born-and-raised illusionist John Hirokawa.
This mug by Otagiri was used at many restaurants, and is commonly called the Bug-Eyed Moai. The mug is of a stylized moai, more narrow at the top, and having distinctive large, rounded eyeballs. The glaze is two-toned, with a beige overlaid with a darker streaky brown. The interior is white, bottom is white and concave. Marked "Import by Otagiri Co" in black with the letters forming a circle on bottom. There is a more modern version not produced by Otagiri that is larger and has an even tone glaze.
This is a mug shaped like Yoda from the science fiction Star Wars films. He is a small smiling green alien with large ears and holding a walking stick. This is one in a set of six (including Yoda, Chewie, R2-D2, Vader, Trooper, and Boba). They are a tikified re-imagining of the drinking vessels that might be used if the Mos Eisley Cantina in Star Wars was actually a tiki bar.
This brown mug was manufactured by Tiki Farm for Da Big Kahuna Bar & Restaurant in Waikiki. The mug features a full body Ku with red eyes and a red dogbone shaped mouth.
This is a brown mug shaped like a large rum barrel whose interior is a volcano that is spilling over with red lava down the side. Matte finished green leaves and glossy brown wood with black hoops. Consortium Holdings designer, Dane Danner (Trader Dane), created this mug design.
This is a mug shaped like an octopus entangled around a shell. It comes with a red, blue, green, purple, or gold glazed octopus. This is the first piece issued by the designer, Tattiki.
This is a mug shaped like a Tiki head with half circle eyes, an angular nose, and broad lips. Back features some palm fronds and the words: "The Alibi est. 1947" This mug was made by Munktiki Imports for The Alibi, a Portland tavern, with a long history, that turned Polynesian in 1947. These mugs were sold in 4 glaze color combinations in a wipe-away effect leaving the raised surface a beige ("Antique Lace") and the recessed areas either "Sunset Red", "Lime Green", "Denim Blue", or "Burnt Umber Brown", and later "Yellow"
This is a mug shaped like a standing oil driller figure with removable helmet, holding an oil derrick, and displaying Maori tattoos. Produced by Old Skool Vintage Designs and designed by Steve Hammons. It was inspired by the Tulsa Golden Driller statue, which, in 1979 was adopted by the Oklahoma Legislature as the state monument.
This is the new version of Frankie's Tiki Room's Malekula mug, and it bears no resemblance to the earlier one. It is a black moai, including shoulders, with Frankie's Tiki Room on the back ("Frankie's" is in bright red letters). The interior glaze is bright red. There is also an earlier version with blue interior and letters.
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 Felipes Taqueria in the French Quarter. This mug is the last designed sculpt by The Pizz, and has memorial dates for him on the bottom.
A two-sided mug shaped like Quetzalcoatl with both representations, including the feathered serpent on one side and a man's face on other. 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 Felipes Taqueria in the French Quarter.
This is a classic Ku dredged from the bottom of the sea with barnacles, brain coral, and a fishing net still wrapped around him. Concept by Martin Cate and sculpted by Crazy Al. This is the Kaihalulu Light Brown edition which is in a light brownish wipe-away glaze and named after the famous pocket beach on the island of Maui, Hawaii on Kaʻuiki Head. Available only at Smuggler's Cove and premiered on 12/10/2017.
This is a rectangular brown mug marked for the Hala Kahiki in River Grove, IL, and marked with their signature pineapple logo in yellow. Reverse features a palm tree.
This is a somewhat triangular brown bowl with Hawaiian designs carved into it and three scorpions crawling down each of the three corners. There are two color-ways of this design. Both have a brown exterior. One has a red interior with red scorpions and the other has a blue interior with blue scorpions. Designed by both Michael Buhen and Doug Horne. Manufactured by Munktiki Imports. Released 09/20/2018.
This is the house mug for the Tiki-Ti shaped like a cylindrical mug but resembling the building itself. It is a little replica of the place...the original front door...and Ray, peeking out of a window covered in Tapa cloth and giving a "shaka" sign. Primarily brown, but includes tan, yellow, and black as well. Red interior. Released in limited edition on Friday, January 6th, 2017. The "Ray's Mistake" cocktail originated in 1968 and is named after Ray Buhen. It is a super secret formula known to contain Passion Fruit and Coruba Rum, among various other exotic flavors.
This dark maroon red Tiki mug was designed by Squid and manufactured by Tiki Farm for the Royal Hawaiian restaurant in Laguna Beach, CA. The mug has a palm texture and is a tiki bust. The tiki has closed, football-shaped eyes, a stubby nose and an open mouth full of teeth. This maroon red/brick red version is the 2nd edition of this mug, celebrating the re-opening of the restaurant after a five year hiatus.
This is a barrel shaped mug with nautical items such as starfish, swagged nautical rope, and an anchor. One side is marked 'Foundation Bar Milwaukee' and the other is marked 'Rum Barrel'. This is the third color-way in bone. A glaze color change is planned every 500 mugs.
This mug is shaped like the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man mascot from the film, Ghostbusters (1984). Mr. Stay Puft first appears as a picture logo on a prop package of marshmallows in Dana Barrett's apartment, on a graffiti advertisement on the building next to the Ghostbusters' HQ, and then in the climax of the film as the gigantic physical manifestation of the Sumerian deity Gozer. Subsequently, he has been incorporated into many other Ghostbusters media, including the animated series The Real Ghostbusters, comic books, a stage show, and video games. Mr. Stay Puft resembles the Michelin's Bibendum (also known as the "Michelin Man") and the Pillsbury Doughboy. Along with the Ghostbusters logo, the image of the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man has become one of the most recognizable emblems of the franchise. This regular edition mug features a blue-wiped glaze with red spot decorations. There is also a Bone Variant and an orange wipe Cross The Streams Variant (Limited to 150 from DesignerCon). The mug was designed by Joe Allard, sculpted by Tufan Sezer, and created with contributions from "Thor" Thordarson and the crew from Tiki Farm.
A mug shaped like the prow of a ship with a bare breasted mermaid mast head. This is the signature mug at the Ports of Pleasure Bar located in the Shangri-La Cocktail Lounge. Glazed in a bluish-green.
This short brown mug was manufactured by tiki Farm for Psycho Suzi's Motor Lounge in Minneapolis, MN. The mug is shaped like a tiki head and has red cold painted eyes and a maniacal toothy grin.
This short bone white mug, with black wipe-away finish to pick out details of sculpt, was manufactured by Tiki Farm for Psycho Suzi's Motor Lounge in Minneapolis, MN. The mug is shaped like a tiki head and has red cold painted eyes and a maniacal toothy grin. This is the second glaze edition of this mug.
This moai mug has a downturned mouth and tribal designs running down its face. It has a purple exterior glaze with orange and white tribal designs on face and a white interior. "Max" is one of the owner's sons.
This is a three sided mug featuring the Hale Pele Cannibal Trio (Hunter, Catcher, and Eater Tikis) around sides. Manufactured by Munktiki Imports. This is the limited edition in "Rough Stone" matte brown wipe released to coincide with Tiki Kon 2019. There is also a brown open edition.
A standing tiki with a tall headdress of skulls and a sharp-toothed scowl.
This is a mug shaped like a volcano with a removable shot glass (lid) and pour spout.
A mug shaped like a tiki holding a clam shell filled with netted glass fish floats. It is based on a painting called Howie's Tiki Lani by artist Tom Laura, aka Big Toe! (The original painting has a home at Howies Tiki Bar in Spring, Texas.) The sea was an essential part in the Hawaiians daily life and Lawaia, or fisherman, were greatly respected and held an honored profession in the ancient Hawaiian culture. The colorful fishing floats in the Lawaias giant clam shell honor the affinity for the sea and the good fortune for the fisherman!
Designed by Ken Holewczynski/House of Tabu and sculpted and produced by John Mulder (aka., Eekum Bookum). This third limited edition series is limited to 100 mugs in a matte bronze and black with bone/beige face, and with an aqua blue gloss inner glaze. Tut stares out into eternity with slate blue jeweled eyes and comes in a custom mid-modern designed burial crate. Owners of the Tut Tut Mug also are initiated into The Order of the Golden Fez, complete with a matching numbered certificate corresponding to their mug. Buried with Tut are various trinkets and an original recipe card. Limited to one per customer.
This black and white panda shaped mug was designed by Bai and produced by Tiki Farm. It has a fire decal on the back for Fong's Pizza in Des Moines and Ankeny, IA. It is seated and holding a bamboo shoot, and wearing a fighter pilot helmet of the People's Liberation Army Air Force (Fong's has a number of these helmets for wearing while drinking).
This is a mug shaped like a Tiki with a porthole on the reverse that you can see through. A large anchor design on the reverse also. Glaze is a sort of blue rutile with brown and white coloring as well. Thanks to a removable clear inner chimney glass and a flashing LED cube, this mug allows you to view and illuminate your drink of choice. The ceramic outer mug measures approximately 7.5" tall and the inner plastic mug approximately 6.5".
This was mug was manufactured for Walt Disney's Polynesian Village Resort in Disney World, Florida. The mug is dark verdigris green and features a stylized Papua New Guinea Mask head with circular eyes and the sharp-toothed mouth partly open in a smile, exposing the tongue. This mug was also made in earlier glaze color editions as well.
This was mug was manufactured for Walt Disney's Polynesian Village Resort in Disney World, Florida. The mug is copper brown and features a stylized Papua New Guinea Mask head with circular eyes and the sharp-toothed mouth partly open in a smile, exposing the tongue. This mug was also made in earlier glaze color editions as well.
This is a mug shaped like a shrunken zombie head with orange stitches on eyes & mouth. Cobalt blue underglaze with mossy light greenish brown overglaze. Released on 4/20/2017. Designed by Tim Wollweber. Used to serve the Shrunken Zombie Head cocktail on the Sam's Enchanted Tiki Bar menu, made with "reserve and aged rums, tropical juices, falernum and cinnamon".
This is a Tiki shaped mug with a v-shaped brow, broad nose, and closed lips. It comes with a holder for a spear-shaped clear amber colored swizzle stick that is also marked for the Tiki Farm 15th Anniversary. This Tiki mug was designed by Doug Horne and produced by Tiki Farm in a limited edition green glaze for the Tiki Farm 15th Anniversary "Mondo Tiki" event at La Luz de Jesus Gallery, November 6-29, 2015. It was one of five newly released mugs for the event. This regular edition of the mug is in a dark red/maroon glaze.
This is a mug shaped like a large grinning Tiki holding a beautiful little mermaid with a lei around her neck and a flower in her hair. Hand painted details, including red hearts and green fish designs on Tiki as well.
A brown mug shaped like a grinning Tiki with a wahine clutching either side. Colored details include red hibiscus flowers and green monstera leaves. Designed by Mark Swanson, and his debut mug with Tiki Farm.
This is a Tiki mug with a brown and white glaze that is reminiscent of the classic Tiki Bob design. Released along with the Tiki Pop exhibit and its accompanying book, both of which were organized/authored by Sven Kirsten. The mug was first made available at the site of the exhibit -- the Quai Branly Museum -- a museum in Paris, France that features indigenous art, cultures and civilizations from Africa, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas. Each mug includes a tassled, laminated bookmark which provides a brief background for the book and the mug. It was inspired by the menu cover of the long defunct "Mai Tai Room" in San Diego, CA.
This tiki mug was designed by Mr. G and produced by Tiki Farm for the Tiki Farm 10th Anniversary event at La Luz de Jesus Gallery. The mug is of a somewhat traditional Ku-like figure, holding a surfboard behind its back. The limited edition glaze is a turquoise blue wash. The open edition glaze glaze has greens, honey browns, and darker brown accents.
This is a tall rectangular mug with three sides made of bamboo and glazed in tan/beige and one of stacked skulls glazed in blue. It is made to resemble the entrance to the bar, whose wall of skulls is illuminated in blue light as you walk down the stairs. There is an "Easter Egg" of sorts honoring Paul McGee (formerly of Three Dots) at the bottom of the wall where a skull has Mcgee's signature beard. The back reads: "Three Dots and a Dash, Chicago, IL." Used to serve their house cocktail, the Three Dots and a Dash.
This is a mug shaped like a cresting wave. The back reads: "Three Dots and a Dash, Chicago, IL." Used to serve their original cocktail, the Surf Report, described as a blend of gin, cucumber, anisette, and mint flavors. Manufactured by Munktiki Imports. Designed by Darick Maasen and sculpted by Kosart Studios.
Oni is Mr. G's Tikified version of the Japanese gargoyle found atop many a home in Japan, used to ward-off evil spirits. The mug's head is crowned with two small horns and the mouth is open to show several pointed teeth. Oni is glazed in a green-blue dual tone. Width is 4.5" including side pieces, but opening and cylinder of main mug is 3" diameter. This version has a heat decal on the back for Three Dots and a Dash in Chicago, IL. Used to serve their "Bunny's Banana Daiquiri."
Whack-Whak the grumpy headhunter has tiny round eyes and a lined face. He stands amidst a pile of skulls, dressed only in a loincloth, and holds a gold glazed bottle opener. This is the second glaze rendition of this design. It was made and branded for Three Dots and a Dash. It is listed in their menu to serve the "Strip & Go Naked" cocktail which includes London Dry Gin, Passion Fruit, Tangerine, Lemon, and Pale Ale.
This is a fog cutter shaped mug depicting a "rivermaid" who resembles a catfish/mermaid, and her sunken hollow tree log filled with grisly shrunken heads. It has a wipe-away green finish to pick out all the details of the sculpt. It was designed by Darick Maasen, sculpted by Mike Doran, and manufactured by Tiki Farm for the Shrunken Head Tropic Lounge in Jefferson City, Missouri. Of the edition of 1,000 - 567 went to fulfill Kickstarter pledges, leaving 433 for bar use/brick-and-mortar sales. More can be seen at: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1855451347/shrunken-head-tropic-lounge-rivermaid-tiki-mug/description