This mug is glazed in a green wipe-away with palm fronds, two tiki renditions (a large Witco style mask on front and the Thor Heyerdahl style Kon-Tiki mask on reverse) with the words, "The Kon Tiki Oakland CA" on reverse. Released in August, 2018. Served with the Kon Tiki Grog featuring dry ice. There is also a version in a teal blue glaze.
A Marquesan styled Tiki mug in light mint green glaze. There were other color-ways of this design produced, including a red glazed one for SONIC drive-through, a green and a brown glazed version for Hobie, and a darker "jungle green" for PBX.
This mug is shaped like a bamboo lantern with four images (blue seahorse, orange pineapple, red tiki head, green sea turtle). Measures: 4" wide (handles) x 3.5" deep (diameter) x 6.5" tall (9.75" with metal wire handle).
This is a hiball mug featuring a Papua New Guinea style tiki faced shield on one side that has a second small tiki that forms the nose of the mask. On the other side, the smaller figure is carrying the mask like a surfboard. Light blue wipe glaze leaving the otherwise white mug with light blue in the low relief areas to show off the sculpt. Designed by Marcus Gonzalez with sculpt by Tim Wollweber. The drink it serves is called "The Tangaroa Cooler" and features Hendrick's gin, orgeat, falernum, Angostura bitters, and juices of grapefruit and lemon.
Tarman first appeared in The Return of the Living Dead (1985), in a petrified state inside of a Trioxin canister. A crack in the tank releases the 2-4-5 Trioxin gas and reawakens the Tarman while melting its skin.
This is an officially licensed and faithful representation of Tarman's head. It came in three colors: 2-4-5 Trioxin Variant in Brown (limited to 250 pieces), Barrel Bronze Variant (unlimited), and Acid Rain Variant in Blue (200 pieces).
This is a mug shaped like a rum barrel and marked for Plantation Rum with its distinctive "netting" wrapped around the barrel as well. The idea is that in tropical climes the netting provides a non-slip grip. Mug also has some tropical plants around the exterior. Brown wipe-away glaze makes all the sculptural details pop, but leaves an overall beige color to piece.
This eerie green zombie mug was designed by Steve Foote (aka Tikiracer) and was manufactured by Cheekytiki in England. The zombie has large dead eyes, two slits for a nose and a wide mouth exposing all of his teeth except where his zombie flesh upper lip is sagging down. He also has a shock a hair at the top of the mug and a shaggy goatee at the base.
Paioio features two sets of two different, alternating Marquesan inspired Tiki Gods making up the primary exterior surface.
This is a stock green tiki mug from Dynasty, like the Orchids R-5. The design has a tiki with almond-shaped slanted eyes, and a small mouth full of jagged teeth. Zig zag design along top rim.
This is a shot-sized version of the lined face peanut mug, with a brown glaze all over.
Stylized moai design, tan/light brown color, with coffee-bean-like eyes, nostrils, and lips. Vertical "dashes" are indented into the mug all over. Likely derived from the Orchids of Hawaii R-72 mold.
This brown mug is based on the Orchids of Hawaii R-1 Warrior mug, but it's made by Dynasty Wholesale, and it's smaller.
This green mug is based on the Orchids of Hawaii R-1 Warrior mug, but it's made by Dynasty Wholesale, and it's smaller.
Tiki mug shaped like a traditional Ku, with a grimacing face. Marked "DW114" on bottom.
This dark brown mug was manufactured by Dynasty Wholesale. It is shaped like a stalk of bamboo with leaves.
This light brown mug was manufactured by Dynasty Wholesale. It is shaped like a bunch of bamboo with leaves.
The Bora mug was manufactured by Dynasty Wholesale. The mug is shaped like Orchids of Hawaii R-18. This simpler, non-painted version still has the protruding eyes, small nose with a bone through it and earrings.
This is a mug shaped like a Tiki head reminiscent of a moai with a large nose, puffy cheeks, a full smirk, and glazed in brown. From the "Planet Tiki" collection (featuring Bowana, Fatutu, Kimo, Lopaka, & Popolele). Backstory being that in the distant past Tikis ruled the Earth and they were eventually killed off by dinosaurs.
This is a green Tiki mug with almond shaped eyes, a mouth ringed with teeth, and a repeated "V" pattern across top and bottom of mug.
This forest-green tiki mug was designed by Doug Horne for Tiki Farm. Mug is of a tiki with a white bone through its nose, holding a small white skull. Marked "Goon" on the back. Middle in a trio of three mugs, the others are "Gulp" and "Grog".
This is a hiball with an image of a pineapple topped Tiki head on either side. Between each head "Adrift" is vertically written down one side and "Denver" vertically down the other. Brown glaze. Marked "Poptiki" on bottom.
This black tiki mug from Munktiki has very simple lines, with just the suggestion of eyes with a strong browbone, a blocky nose, and a rectangular mouth. Horns jut out from the sides of the mug. Marked "El Bastardo".
Red tiki mug with devil horns, designed by Stuckie. Smaller version of the Evil Bastard.
This Lono-style tiki was designed by Crazy Al Evans for Tiki Farm. Features a green tiki with a tall headdress.
This shot was designed by Crazy Al Evans as merchandise for his band, APE. The mug is a monkey's head, wearing a fez that says "APE", and has no lid. The mug was manufactured by Tiki Farm. This shot has a brown glaze.
This moai mug is shaped like the head and torso of one of the stone carvings found on Easter Island. Flounders version features a rich dark gray lava inspired glaze and Rongorongo glyph designs on the backside. Part of Tiki Farm's Easter Island Tribute Series.
This Kava Kava Tiki Mug is shaped like the head and torso of one of the emaciated Moai Kava Kava man carvings found on Easter Island. It has long ears, a heavy browline, and round white eyes. Part of Tiki Farm's “Easter Island Tribute Series”.
This is a mug shaped like a kneeling Tiki with large squinty eyes, a wide smile, and a pineapple on the forehead. From the I Lava Tiki collection, and distributed by One Hundred 80 Degrees.
Inspired by the H.P. Lovecraft Cthulhu mythos, this mug was created by Devon Devereaux, sculpted by Tufan Sezer and produced by MONDO.
It portrays a Deep One -- a humanoid being with fish, human and amphibian-like traits, described as having greyish green, glossy and slippery skin with white stomachs. They have scaled, ridged backs, as well as webbed hands and gilled necks. Notably, they have a head similar to that of a fish, with eyes incapable of blinking. They have been known to mate with humans and the citizens of Innsmouth exhibit varying Deep One features depending on their family tree...and their age, which usually accelerates growing into a Deep One and returning to the sea.
This is the Abyss Blue version; a blue wash over brown. There are two additional color ways, Primordial Brown and Lurking Fear Green.
This is a mug shaped like a full standing snarling cat wearing a red fez. Small tiki head on front of fez and bamboo detailing on reverse. Used to serve the "Drink Grog Right Meow" cocktail.
This is a mug shaped like a full standing cat in an aloha shirt holding a yellow and a green tiki mug in its paws. This color-way is in brown aside from the yellow and green tiki mugs the cat is holding. Used to serve the "Cat's Pajamas Punch" cocktail.
This cylindrical mug was manufactured by Otagiri. The mug is of a stylized moai and has distinctive large, rounded eyeballs. The bottom is concave.
This tall, pale green mug is a stylized moai design with bug eyes, sharp nose, prominent lips and rounded eyebrows. From the Mark Thomas Outrigger Restaurant on Cannery Row in Monterey, and marked as such.
A Marquesan styled Tiki mug. Nuku Nuku is a replica of a carving created by Bill. Glazed in a satin matte with a medium-hued brown glaze which is then wiped to allow the richer hues of the glaze to prevail in the recesses. This version has the location name molded into the back. Not to be confused with the version that preceded it, inaugurating the "Maiden Voyage" with a heat decal on back.
This mug is shaped like one of the little lava people, the A'a'po'e, who help to keep Pele from blowing her stack by cooling her with their everflowing lava. This mug resembles the fountain statue on the left as you enter Hale Pele, with its bowl of cooling lava held in both hands. The Tiki has slanted coffee bean-shaped eyes, a slotted mouth with small tongue protruding, and spiral designs on chest and legs. This Open Edition comes in a glossy brown glaze with an undercoating of yellow green and is from the Munktiki Imports line (from Fuhua Porcelain Factory of Dehua, China). This is the third color-way of the Open Edition, released 05/04/2015. The first one was in coconut brown and the second was a sea green color. There is also a Limited Edition (in several color ways) and a Super Limited Edition (that has a tri-color gradation from top to bottom of yellow, then orange, then red). The mug's signature drink, the A'a'po'e, is described as: "an amazingly quenching and tasty blend of pot-still Jamaican rum, piney gin, spices, and tropical fruits."
The Laojia Mug is designed by renowned French Tiki Carver Jerome Laojia. It is traditionally Tahitian styled and comes in two different glaze treatments, a classic gloss brown exterior with a light blue interior and the second treatment is a burnt orange exterior with a soft pink interior.
A Tiki-fied version of Santa Claus, this handled mug is designed to hold hot drinks. A tapa pattern adorns the top front and circles the bottom of the mug. Santa's hat curves around to create a handle. The back sports a cheery HO-HO-HO.
This mug is made in the likeness of Blair Reynolds (of BG Reynolds Syrups) as a wood carving holding a signature bottle of cocktail syrup. There is a BG Reynolds fire decal on the back. This mug design was originally produced by Munktiki Imports as part of a Kickstarter to fund production of new Gardenia Mix, Red Fassionola, Honey Mix (and later Devil’s Reef Pineapple Molasses, and Circus Peanut) syrups. Mugs were produced in two glazes: this tan and a green version also.
This white rum barrel was reproduced by Tiki Farm. "Don the Beachcomber" and "Rum Barrel" are in recessed letters on the front.
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 bucket mug has a Milan Guanko mask with its tongue sticking out on one side and some glass floats on the other, against a basket weave pattern of criss-crossing lines. It is one of The Gang of Three from The Kon Tiki which is being sold as a set and includes a Milan Guanko Face mug and Milan Guanko Head mug also designed by The Pizz. All three mugs were based from original Milan Guanko carvings by The Pizz and manufactured by Tiki Farm.
This fogcutter mug was manufactured by Tiki Farm for Clifton's. It is modeled to look like the old exterior of Clifton's with tropical plants and waterfall, marked for Clifton's Pacific Seas.
A standing tiki mug with round concentric eyes with bisected pupils, a wavy rounded patterned headdress, and glazed in a darker blue glaze. He is a part of a set with his brother, Koka, who is glazed in a lighter blue, and has a diamond shaped pattern on headdress. Both premiered at the 2019 Tiki Farm off site Tiki Oasis Pop-Up event.
A standing tiki mug with round concentric eyes, a diamond patterned headdress, and glazed in a light blue glaze. He is a part of a set with his brother, Komani, who is glazed in a darker blue, has bisected pupils, and a wavy rounded pattern on headdress. Both premiered at the 2019 Tiki Farm off site Tiki Oasis Pop-Up event.
The reproduction of the original was designed by Squid (the first edition) and manufactured by Tiki Farm for the Kowloon restaurant in Saugus, MA. Design has a stylized tiki with oblong eyes, rounded belly, teeth around a tongue sticking out, and sharply defined angled legs. Marked "Est. 1950 Kowloon Saugus, MA" on back. The second edition was introduced in 2016 with slightly crisper/defined detailing (more woodgrain, teeth better defined, larger hands, less belly exposed, etc...) and the back reading "Est. 1950" at top.
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 reproduction of the original was designed by Squid and manufactured for the Kowloon restaurant in Saugus, MA. Design has a stylized tiki with oblong eyes, rounded belly, teeth around a tongue sticking out, and sharply defined angled legs. Marked "Kowloon Saugus, Mass" on back.
This mug was designed by the artist Shag and produced by Tiki Farm. This was the first edition, in Banyan Blue. The tiki has a wide, happy, open grin on its face, with a long, pointed tongue hanging out of its mouth.