This shot-sized mug was designed for Tiki Farm by Sam Gambino, and is the smaller version of the full-size Sam's Shrunken Head mug. The design is a shrunken head, with a broad nose and a slight grin, and ears that jut out at the sides. The glaze is lime green, and the stitches on the eyes, mouth and back of head are off-white.
This shot-sized mug was designed for Tiki Farm by Sam Gambino, and is the smaller version of the full-size Sam's Shrunken Head mug. The design is a shrunken head, with a broad nose and a slight grin, and ears that jut out at the sides. The glaze is purple, and the stitches on the eyes, mouth and back of head are off-white.
This version of the Trader Mort's mug was manufactured by Tiki Farm in 2015 and was a limited edition of 250. The mug features the face of the Maori style Tiki which still stands in front of Trader Mort's Liquor in Shelter Island, carved by Eli Hedley. The back features three smaller Tiki masks. Easily distinguishable from the earlier Munktiki version because this is glazed in gloss brown. The second edition of this design by Tiki Farm was released in 2017 in green.
This is a brown ceramic mug shaped like a coconut. Rough matte brown glaze on the outside and glossy white in the interior. Marked "APS Tiki" on the base.
A mug shaped like a monkey head. Marked "APS Tiki" on the bottom.
This is a mug in a classic "bucket" shape, with three tikis around the outside. Outside is unglazed tan bisque, interior and lip is glazed in deep brown. This version is marked "APS Tiki" on the base. Part of the APS line of Tiki mugs designed by Dirk Rehder.
This is a lidded metal pineapple mug made of stainless steel with brass plating. There are similar versions in gold, silver and a copper tone (plated metal) made by a variety of companies, including W&P Design (which started the trend) and Oggi.
A mug shaped like a unicorn. White exterior glaze with purple interior. This is one in a set of four (including Dragon, Mermaid, Unicorn, and Kraken). They are a tikified re-imagining of these mythological creatures.
"Recognizing that everyone gets thirstier watching a fight (tell us we're wrong), we have our Our Godzilla vs. Kong: Kong Tiki Mug - Matte Black, as well as a Skull Island variant (limited to 500 pieces in brown). Designed by our own Mike Bonanno and sculpted by Tufan Sezer and Mike Bonanno. Raise up your mugs to the mighty Kong!"
"Recognizing that everyone gets thirstier watching a fight (tell us we're wrong), we have our Godzilla vs. Kong: Godzilla Tiki Mug - Matte Black, as well as a Heat Ray variant. Designed and sculpted by our own Hector Arce. This mug is the perfect way to show your support for team Godzilla."
A mug shaped like a Tiki inside of a topless skull base, holding a bone, and decorated with bones and a skull around top of head. Exterior has a dark gloss brown with some parts lighter in a matte wipe-away glaze. The original version was manufactured by Tiki Farm but this is an unauthorized version with distorted details that was sold through the wholesaler site Ali Express and through several wholesale bar supply stores online. The root manufacturer on the Chinese mainland appears to be Shenzhen JunDa International Trade Co., which has only been around since 2015 and feels like Mornsungifts under a pseudonym.
This light brown wood grain tall mug was originally designed by Phillipe Tilikete for Tiki Farm. The mug has a tiki face with orange protruding eyes, a long and narrow nose and an open, circle mouth exposing its teeth. This version is an unauthorized copy, marked "Tiki Soul" on bottom. The brown facial features are more matte than the original which is glossy and dimensions are slightly different with different wood grain. Other unauthorized mugs marked "Tiki Soul" have been spotted in Australian stores, probably originally manufactured in China.