Pseudopod Tower 10th Anniversary Mug

a.k.a. The Eye of Kanaloa Mug by Horror in Clay for Pseudopod Tower 10th Anniversary

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Pseudopod Tower 10th Anniversary Mug a.k.a. The Eye of Kanaloa Mug by Horror in Clay for Pseudopod Tower 10th Anniversary - in 5 collections

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The front depicts a Kanaloa tiki. Glazed in a wipe-away purple to pick out details of sculpt. In the mythology of the old Hawaiian gods, Kanaloa is symbolized by the squid or by the octopus. He exists in complement to Kane, the god of creation, and guides the way to hidden springs. Statues of Kanaloa have round eyes. According to Kauai tradition, if you could look into the eye of Kanaloa, you would see a mystic pattern and be healed. Peering deep into the eye of THIS Kanaloa may turn out differently . . . there appears to be a fanged, tentacled and clawed beastie inside. The microphone is a Shure 55 vintage mic. The obverse of the mug shows one incarnation of Pseudopod Tower—from noxious catacombs beneath to soaring spires and roofs above; existing both in and between worlds. This was a Kickstarter project and more about it can be seen here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1013714773/pseudopod-year-10

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12 Jun 2021
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