This is a mug shaped like a pelican sitting on a lashed together set of three pier posts that are covered in barnacles.
"Dead Man’s Isle standard color edition Pelican Mug designed and sculpted by Thor. For this non-limited edition mug we went with a somewhat realistic coloration. Pelican holds about 32 oz and is 9 1/2 inches tall.
All profits go towards the Dead Man’s Isle bar build."
There was also a limited edition of this mug in Seafoam Green (250 pieces) that preceded this open edition.
From Tiki Farm's website:
"Lukluk is Tok-Pisin (Papua New Guinea pidgin) for the English language terms 'Look after… stare, gaze, glance, watch'.
Who better to look after you and your cocktail than this masked sentinel designed by long time Tiki Farm contributing artist Ken 'Little Lost Tiki' Ruzic?
And if you look closely, you'll see that sometimes eyes are not where you would truly expect them!
Look closely… you'll find TWO sets of eyes staring back at you!
Hiding in the leafy underbrush, Lukluk will remain a constant guardian of your home Tiki bar and a faithful vessel for your favorite libation!
Available in either jungle distressed wooden brown or a beautiful citrusy lime green!
Hiding behind his giant mask, Lukluk will keep an eye out for fun at your next shindig!"
This is a lidded mug shaped like a nautical lantern that was lost in the ocean -- covered in barnacles and sea life -- with a green "glass" globe/chimney.
There is a matching red version as well.
This is a lidded mug shaped like a nautical lantern that was lost in the ocean -- covered in barnacles and sea life -- with a red "glass" globe/chimney.
There is a matching green version as well.
This tiki mug is shaped like a giant and weathered stone tiki statue with a row of stone steps leading up to it -- a glowing fish float held in its hands.
From the Home Aloha Co. website:
"After your long and arduous journey, lost in the dark jungle, a beacon of light, beckons you. You have successfully arrived at the Guardian Idol.
Created by an ancient race, this represents your passage to safety. Only those who possess the key may pass though this sacred doorway.
GUARDIAN IDOL Mug features a waterproof 'fish float' style green LED light, the sacred key (which doubles as a bottle opener), sticker, and cocktail recipe.
This mug will be an initial edition of 100 in this weathered stone glaze, with green vine accents, and a fern green and yellow wash interior. Hand glazed by artist Jim Moore, each one will vary slightly, making them all unique. We will be releasing these 50 at a time.
The GUARDIAN IDOL Mug by Home Aloha Company. Sculpted and manufactured by Jim Moore for Moore Monsters."
Shaped like a lava lamp with a skull in the "lava". Designed and produced by VanTiki.
There was a presale for the first 200 mugs in the edition of 250.
The edition works like this: #1-200: glitter sparkle glaze top & bottom, half in magma orange, half in sulfuric green (at random) 201-250 (early 2021 release): white top & bottom, half magma orange, half sulfuric green (at random)
Mug is a bust of a female skin diver in a bikini with dive mask and snorkel. Legend has it that this Diver Girl is the long-lost love of Diver Duke (who is represented by the Reef’s Diver Helmet mug). Previously released in light blue.
Mug is a bust of a female skin diver in a bikini with dive mask and snorkel. Legend has it that this Diver Girl is the long-lost love of Diver Duke (who is represented by the Reef’s Diver Helmet mug). Also released in orange.
This mug depicts the "Jose" animatronic spanish parrot from Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room, perched on a crate that says "Adventure Land Day." Jose is primarily red with yellow, green, and blue on the wings. He wears a small hat.
This mug was released as an optional set with the similar Rosita design.
It was sold through the Tikiland Trading Co. website.
This mug depicts the "Rosita" animatronic parrot from the Tangaroa Terrace at Disneyland, perched on a crate that says "TikiLand Day." Rosita is a light pink color, almost white.
This mug was released as an optional set with the similar Jose design. It was sold through the Tikiland Trading Co. website.
This Baby Doe Mug was a few years in the making. It features a stylized rendering of Baby Doe (who along with Otto hosts the annual Tiki Oasis in California) in her signature sunglass hat.
This first edition is glazed in a teal wash with greenish yellow lei around neck.
The design hearkens back to vintage ceramic head vases of the 1950s/60s. Baby Doe also wanted it to have a more cartoony/stylized face that could give the sense that it could be ANY tiki girl at Tiki Oasis. She resisted the original vision to make it photo-realistic and resemble her more closely. MP Ceramics perfected the vision after several exchanges and revisions.
After the design was made, they turned it over to John Mulder of Eekum Bookum.
The timing of the mug was supposed to come out for the 20th anniversary of Tiki Oasis in August 2020 but the COVID virus happened and the Oasis was turned into a virtual event without all the bells and whistles they had intended. She decided not to release the mug at that point.
However, in December 2020, Baby Doe decided not to sit on them any longer and released them for sale through her Facebook page. They come complete with mini earrings designed by TeeKi Togs.
The sale price is $125 which includes domestic shipping.
A second edition in pink wash with orange lei around neck is also in the works...
This very realistic skull with carnelian red eyes sits on a pedestal surrounded by more skulls.
This mug is shaped like a giant purple squid with yellow eyes engulfing a submarine.
The Repellant Charge is a collaboration between Lost Temple Traders and Bauer Pottery. Sculpted by the Squid, this mug is limited to just 200 pieces.
This mug was based on Big Toe's (Tom Laura's) painting, The Other. It is a re-imagining or "What If?" that considers the end of Mary Shelly's classic story of Frankenstein's Monster and what might have happened if instead of going to the North Pole at the end he had hopped a ship to the South Seas instead and found more inclusion among native islanders.
The mug is a depiction of the Monster similar to Universal's classic flat head version with bolts in the neck, but he is dressed in Victorian finery with a bow tie and suit, and his face is covered in Maori moko tattoos. Glazed in green. Manufactured by Tiki Farm and although Tom carried around a sample to many shows in advance of its release, the actual mug went on sale at the Tiki Farm booth at Tiki Oasis on Saturday, July, 31st.