Tiki Mugs

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    Bat Guardian Camazotz Mug - Open Edition - Bone - by Jacob Medina & Tiki Shark

    This is the third Meso-American design collaboration by Jacob Medina and Tiki Shark (preceded by Kaan Took and the Jaguar Warrior). It portrays a gargoyle-like bat sitting atop what appears to be an Olmec or other Meso-American inspired head.

    Camazotz translates into “death bat” in the K’iche language. "Camazotz" is formed by the words kame (which means death) and sotz (which means bat.)

    This design was produced in a bone and in a blue open edition. A limited number of each were signed. Additionally, there is a limited edition of this design (using both the bone and blue mugs) that is hand-painted in variations of turquoise and red detailing.

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    Bat Guardian Camazotz Mug - Open Edition - Bone - by Jacob Medina & Tiki Shark

    This is the third Meso-American design collaboration by Jacob Medina and Tiki Shark (preceded by Kaan Took and the Jaguar Warrior). It portrays a gargoyle-like bat sitting atop what appears to be an Olmec or other Meso-American inspired head.

    Camazotz translates into “death bat” in the K’iche language. "Camazotz" is formed by the words kame (which means death) and sotz (which means bat.)

    This design was produced in a bone and in a blue open edition. A limited number of each were signed. Additionally, there is a limited edition of this design (using both the bone and blue mugs) that is hand-painted in variations of turquoise and red detailing.

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    Mid-Mod Suffering Bastard Tiki Mug - Matte Black by Odd Rodney

    This is a mid-mod version of the classic Suffering Bastard mug used at Trader Vic's and elsewhere. There was a matte black and a matte white produced. The interiors were also glazed in a choice of different colors (green or orange mod color gloss glazes). Stoneware.

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    Creature from the Crab Rangoon - Leftovers Edition

    This mug from the Black Lagoon Room depicts a Blue tentacled creature poking out of the top of a common Chinese Food takeout carton. The mug has a lid designed to garnish with chopsticks. The first edition of this mug was available in a "Spicy" (Orange) or "Mild" (Green) color option. It was announced the second edition would be available in an "Extra Spicy" (Red) and "Leftovers" (Blue)

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    The Suffering Bannon a.k.a. Politiki Pop-Up Bar Steve Bannon Mug

    Mug shaped like the head of Trump's former Chief White House Strategist, Steve Bannon, with horns and a devil tail. Glazed in green. Available Summer 2018 at the Politiki pop-up bar in Washington, D.C., back in the basement Elixir Bar at Barrel after 20 years. Used to serve their “Suffering Bannon” made with a mix of bourbon, aged rum, lime, ginger beer, angostura, and served frozen. This mug is part of a set which also includes an orange headed and peachy nude Donald Trump mug and a brown-glazed Moai inspired Obama head mug.

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    Manuia For UnderTow - Bone & Brown Edition a.k.a. UnderTow Double-Sided Marquesan Tiki Mug

    David's description:

    Brown/blue (second edition)

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    UnderTow Panther Skull Mug

    A mug shaped like a panther skull.

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    Archipelago Tiki Fog Cutter Mug

    This is a wood-grained fog cutter shaped mug with blue glazed details, including a tiki mask, tropical foliage, and both the top and bottom rims. Archipelago opened in Washington, DC in February 2016.

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    Creature Snifter by Tony Canepa for Archipelago a.k.a. Archipelago Snifter

    Snifter with the Archipelago name and Creature from the Black Lagoon art by Tony Canepa. Originally offered with takeout during COVID-19 lockdowns.

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    Mouth of the Serpent First Edition - Turquoise / Brown - by MONDO

    This 24 oz. mug depicts Quetzalcoatl, the Feathered serpent, opening his mouth to reveal the skull of Mictlantehcuhtli, the Aztec god of the dead. According to artist, Urban Aztec (Jesse Hernandez), "This design symbolizes a common theme among the Aztec, the duality of life and death, one cannot exist without the other." This is the regular first edition open issue variant with a brown under turquoise glaze dual finish, and there is also Emperor's Blood Edition variant (deep crimson red, yellow, and black) limited to 490 pieces, an Emperor's Gold variant limited to 375 mugs, and a Bone variant limited to 515 pieces.

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    Cask of Amontillado Barrel Mug by Horror In Clay

    The Cask of Amontillado Barrel Mug was inspired by Edgar Allan Poe's timeless story of evil and revenge. Created through a successful Kickstarter campaign. Glazed in a two-tone of matte, wiped brown and bone glaze. Designed by Jonathan Chaffin (Tiki Atari on TC) and manufactured in collaboration with Tiki Farm with sculptural work by The Pizz. There are also variant glazed editions for the Cask of Amontillado Barrel Mug that are glazed by Rob Hawes (MauiTiki). The accompanying cocktail recipe, the "Fortunato's Mistake" consists of: 1 oz El Dorado Demerara Rum, 1 oz Pierre Ferand Cognac, 1.5 oz Amontillado, 3/4 oz of Grenadine, 3/4 oz of Falernum, 1 oz Fresh Lime Juice, 1 oz Donn's Mix, and 2 dashes of Tropical Bitters.

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    Shima Ceramics Shrunken Skull Mug Chrome Interior #47 a.k.a. Shima Ceramics Shrunken Skull Mug Super Limited Edition, Shima Ceramics Shrunken Skull Mug SLTD

    This skull mug was inspired by both the Ta Moko (facial and body carvings) and the Mokomokai (shrunken heads), as practiced historically by the Maori of New Zealand. Chrome on the inside, white on the outside with black wipe to pick out details. Stoneware. Measures: 3 3/4" wide, 5 1/4" long, 3 3/4" tall. There is also a Lime Green interior edition limited to 100 pieces and a votive candle version with eye sockets and nose cut out and with orange interior (limited to 100 pieces).

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    “Unicorn Puke” (purple multicolor interior) colorway.

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    Shima Ceramics Cthulhu Mug #27

    This mug depicts H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu (pronounced: "kuh-THOO-loo"). Cthulhu made his first official appearance in the short story "The Call of Cthulhu," written by Lovecraft in 1926, although no living character in the story ever sets eyes on the actual creature. The characters we meet in the story see Cthulhu either in dreams or in artwork. The narrator of the story says that a statue of Cthulhu resembled, in part, an octopus, a dragon and a human-like or anthropomorphic creature. This version also has Polynesian-inspired tattoos. Made in several glaze colors.

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    Abomination Blue colorway.