Eekum Bookum

a.k.a. John Mulder

John Mulder grew up in Southern California and lived for a time in Brownsville, Oregon where his work focused on what he liked to call "Contemporary Pop Art. He now lives and works in Saint Petersburg, Florida.

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    2016 Tiki Weekender Mug in 3 collections

    Designer
    Jeff Chouinard
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a tiki comprised of simple, graceful lines, with almond shaped eyes, and a slightly parted, toothless mouth. This was the first mug done using a Jeff Chouinard design.

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    2017 Tiki Weekender Mug in 9 collections

    Designer
    Jeff Chouinard
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a moai mug that was influenced by Salvador Dali with strange lines and curves. Matte beige face and remainder done in a gloss brown. This was the second mug done using a Jeff Chouinard design. It was based on a moai carving that he did for Tiki Cay Lonnie in Ft Lauderdale named "Salvador", which was inspired by Salvador Dali. His lines were very strange and askew, and his nose was curved. Made for the Tiki Weekender, Oct. 21-22, at The Sands Treasure Island, FL.

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    2017 Tiki Weekender Mug Black in 1 collection

    Designer
    Jeff Chouinard
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a moai mug that was influenced by Salvador Dali with strange lines and curves. This was the second mug done using a Jeff Chouinard design. It was based on a moai carving that he did for Tiki Cay Lonnie in Ft Lauderdale named "Salvador", which was inspired by Salvador Dali. His lines were very strange and askew, and his nose was curved. Originally made in a beige glaze for the Tiki Weekender, Oct. 21-22, at The Sands Treasure Island, FL. This version in black with moko tattooing on face was sold by Eekum Bookum afterwards.

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    2018 Tiki Weekender Mug in 7 collections

    Designer
    Patrick Vassar
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a brown Ku tiki head mug holding a yellow rocket ship and with small sea turtles on base at feet. This year the Tiki Weekender was held at a hotel on the Space Coast which is over by Cape Canaveral.

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    2019 Luau at the Lake Mug a.k.a. 2019 Luau at the Lake Hut Mug - in 3 collections

    Designer
    Squid
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a lidded hut-shaped mug with removable roof that has two straw holes. Features a tiki head under the roofline on either side of the roof lid. Measures approximately 5" wide x 3.75" deep x 5.75" tall. Additionally, 6 artist proofs in various glazes were sold in the silent auction at the event.

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    2019 Saint Patty's Day Mug for Tonga Hut a.k.a. 2019 Saint Patrick's Day Mug for Tonga Hut - in 4 collections

    Designer
    Mulder142
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a standing tiki mug with Celtic knot work designs, closed full lips, and long slanted almond shaped eyes. Sculpt by Patrick Vassar.

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    The "Ahola-E-Moh" (an anagram of "Home Aloha") mug is the very first product in the Home Aloha line, and is a collaboration between Jim Bacchi (Tikiyaki), Matt Reese (Reesenik) and John Mulder (mulder142) of Eekum Bookum Tiki Mugs. The design features a Witco inspired tiki, in dark brown, juxtaposed with turquoise accents and mug interior, sitting on a black lava rock base.

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    Ahola-E-Moh Mug - Lava Glaze in 1 collection

    The "Ahola-E-Moh" (an anagram of "Home Aloha") mug is the very first product in the Home Aloha line, and is a collaboration between Jim Bacchi (Tikiyaki), Matt Reese (Reesenik) and John Mulder (mulder142) of Eekum Bookum Tiki Mugs. The design features a Witco inspired tiki, in dark brown, juxtaposed with orange accents and mug interior, sitting on a black lava rock base.

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    Aloha Bruddah Tiki Mug in 5 collections

    Designer
    Doug DoRr
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This mug is a full body standing Tiki with slanted eyes and a grin, holding up both hands to give a double "shaka" sign. Designed and sculpted by Doug DoRr. Light off white exterior glaze with dark highlights. Orange interior glaze.

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    Aloha Joe in Green For Lowbrow Aloha a.k.a. Aloha Joe For Lowbrow Aloha 2nd Edition - in 8 collections

    Designer
    DSK Designs
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    "Aloha Joe" is the official Lowbrow Aloha event mug. This mug is a stylization of the Witco tiki fountain, one of which resides at Hala Kahiki, which has hosted the Lowbrow Aloha art show since 2016. The open basin allows you to put a piece of dry ice in it for a mysterious drink presentation. Design by House of Tabu (Ken Holewczynski) & DSK Designs, based on vintage Witco design. This second and last edition is finished in green.

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    Aloha Joe in Orange For Lowbrow Aloha a.k.a. Aloha Joe For Lowbrow Aloha 1st Edition - in 8 collections

    Designer
    DSK Designs
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    "Aloha Joe" is the official Lowbrow Aloha event mug. This mug is a stylization of the Witco tiki fountain, one of which resides at Hala Kahiki, which has hosted the Lowbrow Aloha art show since 2016. The open basin allows you to put a piece of dry ice in it for a mysterious drink presentation. Design by House of Tabu (Ken Holewczynski) & DSK Designs, based on vintage Witco design. This first edition is finished in a mid-century orange matte finish.

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    Aloha King Mug in 5 collections

    Designer
    Mulder142
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    A full body standing Shriner figure who has a shrunken head with its lips sewn shut and is wearing a red fez with the word "Aloha" on the front. Based on the earlier "Shrunken Shriner" head mug.

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    Aumakua a.k.a. Mano Aumakua Shark Tiki Mug, Shark Bite - in 10 collections

    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a shark-shaped mug, with arms, its mouth agape, rising up from blue waves. Grey/light blue glaze, white teeth with red details, blue gloss waves. In Hawaiian mythology, an Aumakua is a family god. Mano representing the Shark.

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    Bahi Hut Tiki Mug - Sunset Edition a.k.a. Bahi Hut Cocktail Lounge Marquesan Tiki Mug Sunset Edition - in 0 collections

    Designer
    Jeff Chouinard
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This mug is styled after the two flanking 8' Marquesan tikis carved in 2017 by Jeff Chouinard for the refurbishing of the Bahi Hut and placed outside their front entrance. The Bahi Hut, built in 1954, is one of the nation's oldest tiki bars, and the oldest in the state of Florida. It is a totally intact mid-century tiki bar. Their mai tai is a notorious local legend and either folks love it or hate it because of its strength and tart taste. The glaze on this sunset edition is yellow at base and then transitions to orange in middle and darker red at top. Black interior. The back features the line art logo of the torch-lit sign, as originally drawn by famous illustrator and fine artist Thornton Utz and was on their napkins until the early 2000's when the original order of the napkins from the late 50's finally ran out. Below that is the name "Bahi Hut" in the driftwood logo from the front of the building.

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    Bahi Hut Tiki Mug Open Edition a.k.a. Bahi Hut Cocktail Lounge Marquesan Tiki Mug Blue - in 9 collections

    Designer
    Jeff Chouinard
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This mug is styled after the two flanking 8' Marquesan tikis carved in 2017 by Jeff Chouinard for the refurbishing of the Bahi Hut and placed outside their front entrance. The Bahi Hut, built in 1954, is one of the nation's oldest tiki bars, and the oldest in the state of Florida. It is a totally intact mid-century tiki bar. Their mai tai is a notorious local legend and either folks love it or hate it because of its strength and tart taste. The back features the line art logo of the torch-lit sign, as originally drawn by famous illustrator and fine artist Thornton Utz and was on their napkins until the early 2000's when the original order of the napkins from the late 50's finally ran out. Below that is the name "Bahi Hut" in the driftwood logo from the front of the building. This is the open edition glazed in blue.

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    Bahi Hut Tiki Mug Super Limited a.k.a. Bahi Hut Cocktail Lounge Marquesan Tiki Mug SLTD - in 5 collections

    Designer
    Jeff Chouinard
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This mug is styled after the two flanking 8' Marquesan tikis carved in 2017 by Jeff Chouinard for the refurbishing of the Bahi Hut and placed outside their front entrance. The Bahi Hut, built in 1954, is one of the nation's oldest tiki bars, and the oldest in the state of Florida. It is a totally intact mid-century tiki bar. Their mai tai is a notorious local legend and either folks love it or hate it because of its strength and tart taste. The glaze is old school glossy on the outside, and has an interior glaze to mimic the color of their mai tai, which goes from an orange red to red as it gets deeper. The back features the line art logo of the torch-lit sign, as originally drawn by famous illustrator and fine artist Thornton Utz and was on their napkins until the early 2000's when the original order of the napkins from the late 50's finally ran out. Below that is the name "Bahi Hut" in the driftwood logo from the front of the building.

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    Bahi Hut Tiki Mug Super Limited New Year's Eve 2018 Edition a.k.a. Bahi Hut Cocktail Lounge Marquesan Tiki Mug New Year's Eve 2018 SLTD - in 2 collections

    Designer
    Jeff Chouinard
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This mug is styled after the two flanking 8' Marquesan tikis carved in 2017 by Jeff Chouinard for the refurbishing of the Bahi Hut and placed outside their front entrance. The Bahi Hut, built in 1954, is one of the nation's oldest tiki bars, and the oldest in the state of Florida. It is a totally intact mid-century tiki bar. Their mai tai is a notorious local legend and either folks love it or hate it because of its strength and tart taste. The back of this mug features the line art logo of the torch-lit sign, as originally drawn by famous illustrator and fine artist Thornton Utz and was on their napkins until the early 2000's when the original order of the napkins from the late 50's finally ran out. Below that is the name "Bahi Hut" in the driftwood logo from the front of the building. This special New Year's Eve edition is limited to 10 pieces and features a blue fade glaze from bottom to top becoming white at top and is finished off with a 14K white gold rim.

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    Designer
    Mulder142
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This mug depicts the actual Shelter Island Bali Hai building in the form of a round lidded bowl with Mr. Bali Hai and the Goof, with people visible through the windows. The San Diego Ohana meets once a month and was formed in 2013. Green glaze on bowl and straw hole in top of lid with The Goof serving as a pull handle for lid also.

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    Designer
    Mulder142
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This mug depicts Mr. Bali Hai and the Goof, as well as the exterior of the Bali Hai restaurant with a classic car parked in front. The San Diego Ohana meets once a month and was formed in 2013. Beige glaze on mug with wipe-away effect and "Bali Hai" in red.

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    Bamboo Ben No Tiki Drama Mug a.k.a. No Tiki Drama Hut Mug - in 6 collections

    Designer
    Bamboo Ben
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a mug shaped like a bamboo and thatch hut with the words "Bamboo Ben No Tiki Drama" on front. Released 4/06/19 at the grand opening of The Bamboo Club bar in Long Beach, California.

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    Blue Shark Bob a.k.a. Hidden Harbor Blue Shark Bob - in 4 collections

    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is mug shaped like a cross between the traditional Tiki Bob mug and a blue Shark. It has shark fins, shark teeth, and each has uniquely hand applied shark skin patterns.

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    Bon Voyage Signature Mug Limited Edition a.k.a. Bon Voyage Signature Mug LTD Edition Dark Green - in 1 collection

    Designer
    Mulder142
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This signature mug features a monkey, elephant, tiger, zebra, and other safari animals. It is glazed in a dark wipe-away green glaze. Used to serve the "Cox's Bazaar" made with Don Q Anejo rum, Appleton rum, Worthy Park Overproof rum, Ancho Reyes, Hidalgo PX sherry, coconut mango chutney, and lime. There is also an open edition of this design in a much lighter green wipe glaze that is produced by Munktiki Imports. 100 percent of the proceeds from the Limited Edition mug sales go towards Scholar Match, a non-profit helping students navigate their way to college.

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    Brian The Tiki Limited Edition a.k.a. Brian The Tiki LTD Edition - in 5 collections

    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a mug shaped like a tiki head with open mouth lined with square white teeth. Palm bark texture and matte brown glaze. Slanted eyes in red. Blue eyed version belongs to Super Limited Edition (25 pieces). RumWild is based out of Mesa, Arizona.

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    Brian The Tiki Super Limited Edition a.k.a. Brian The Tiki SLTD Edition - in 5 collections

    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a mug shaped like a tiki head with open mouth lined with square white teeth. Palm bark texture and matte brown glaze. Slanted eyes in blue. Red eyed version belongs to Limited Edition (100 pieces). RumWild is based out of Mesa, Arizona.

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    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a mug shaped like a Tiki head with a rootball top. It was manufactured by John and Janet Mulder of Eekum Bookum and is based on one of the original Caliente Tropics Tikis — a Tiki which still stands on the grounds of the hotel today — that was carved in the 1960’s by Ed Crissman (who carved for Oceanic Arts). This mug has been officially approved by the new owner of the Caliente Tropics. A percentage of the sales of these mugs went towards preserving and restoring the Tikis on the Caliente Tropics property. 250 of these mugs were made, with the first 100 made available to Tiki Caliente 7 attendees only.

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    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a mug shaped like a Tiki head with a rootball top. It was manufactured by John and Janet Mulder of Eekum Bookum and is based on one of the original Caliente Tropics Tikis — a Tiki which still stands on the grounds of the hotel today — that was carved in the 1960’s by Ed Crissman (who carved for Oceanic Arts). This mug has been officially approved by the new owner of the Caliente Tropics. The first edition of this design was released at the 2015 Tiki Caliente event. As a special promotion, this mug was recreated in a 25 mug run in a new darker brown gloss glaze to celebrate the 2015 Mod Palm Springs event.

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    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a mug shaped like a Tiki head with a rootball top and its tongue out. Back features the front of the Caliente Tropics Hotel with a car parked out front, a woman standing next to it, and a more recent tiki carving by Tiki Ray that stands outside the entrance. Glazed in a faded effect that starts with orange at bottom and fades to a more yellow at top. The mug was manufactured by John and Janet Mulder of Eekum Bookum.

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    Designer
    Ed Crissman
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a mug shaped like a Tiki head with a rootball top, open mouth lined with teeth, small pushed-up nose, almond-shaped eyes, and tattoos on forehead and neck. It was manufactured by John and Janet Mulder of Eekum Bookum, sculpted by Patrick Vassar, and is based on one of the original Caliente Tropics Tikis — a Tiki which still stands on the grounds of the hotel today — that was carved in the 1960’s by Ed Crissman. This mug was produced in a green and also a brown glaze. The green was released purely for Modernism Week while the brown is a year-round issue.

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    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a mug shaped like a Tiki head with a rootball top, open mouth lined with teeth, small pushed-up nose, almond-shaped eyes, and tattoos on forehead and neck. It was manufactured by John and Janet Mulder of Eekum Bookum, sculpted by Patrick Vassar, and is based on one of the original Caliente Tropics Tikis — a Tiki which still stands on the grounds of the hotel today — that was carved in the 1960’s by Ed Crissman. This mug was produced in a green and also a brown glaze. The green was released purely for Modernism Week while the brown is a year-round issue.

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    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a mug shaped like a Tiki head with a rootball top, open mouth lined with teeth, small pushed-up nose, almond-shaped eyes, and tattoos on forehead and neck. It was manufactured by John and Janet Mulder of Eekum Bookum, sculpted by Patrick Vassar, and is based on one of the original Caliente Tropics Tikis — a Tiki which still stands on the grounds of the hotel today — that was carved in the 1960’s by Ed Crissman. This edition was available only in Palm Springs from June 29th-July 1st. It has a yellow interior and a fade from bottom to top that goes from dark orange to lighter orange and yellow at top. Part of a Palm Springs Mucho Caliente set for the weekend that features similar fade edition of the August Holland Pearl of Wisdom and the Tonga Hut Drooling Bastard mugs.

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    Cat Eye Club Mug First Glaze Release a.k.a. Cat Eye Club Mug First Edition, Sophia First Glaze Release, Sophia First Edition - in 7 collections

    Designer
    Mulder142
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a mug shaped like a wood grain Witco inspired cat wearing a collar with emblem bearing the initials "CEC" for "Cat Eye Club". It is the first ever mug release for the Cat Eye Club, one of downtown San Diego's favorite Tiki-inspired venues. 40 of the first 50 mugs were released to the public on Friday, November the 13th, 2015. This mug was used to serve their "Cat Tai" cocktail.

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    Cat Eye Club Mug Second Glaze Release a.k.a. Cat Eye Club Mug Second Edition, Sophia Second Glaze Release, Sophia 2nd Edition - in 6 collections

    Designer
    Mulder142
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a mug shaped like a wood grain Witco inspired cat wearing a collar with emblem bearing the initials "CEC" for "Cat Eye Club". It is the first ever mug release for the Cat Eye Club, one of downtown San Diego's favorite Tiki-inspired venues. This second glaze release, marked #51-100, was released to the public on July 14th, 2016. It is a lighter honey brown glaze with darker accents on eyes and ears. This mug was used to serve their "Cat Tai" cocktail.

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    Cat Eye Club Mug Super Dooper Limited Edition a.k.a. Sophia Super Dooper Limited Edition - in 1 collection

    Designer
    Mulder142
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a mug shaped like a wood grain Witco inspired cat wearing a collar with emblem bearing the initials "CEC" for "Cat Eye Club". It is the first ever mug release for the Cat Eye Club, one of downtown San Diego's favorite Tiki-inspired venues. A run of 40 of the regular edition mugs was released to the public on Friday, November the 13th, 2015. The mug was used to serve their "Cat Tai" cocktail. This Super Dooper version is an edition of five that were retained by Eekum Bookum and glazed in full color with red jeweled eyes.

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    Cat Eye Club Mug Third Glaze Release a.k.a. Cat Eye Club Mug Third Edition, Sophia Third Glaze Release, Sophia 3rd Edition - in 18 collections

    Designer
    Mulder142
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a mug shaped like a wood grain Witco inspired cat wearing a collar with emblem bearing the initials "CEC" for "Cat Eye Club". It is the first ever mug release for the Cat Eye Club, one of downtown San Diego's favorite Tiki-inspired venues. This third glaze release was released to the public on March 22nd, 2018. It is glazed in white with light blue eyes. This mug was used to serve their "Cat Tai" cocktail.

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    Chinese Jade Tile Flask in 4 collections

    Designer
    Doug Horne
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum
    Producer
    Tonga Hut

    Made for the Tonga Hut in Los Angeles, this is a flask shaped like a Chinese jade tile with cork stopper. It has real jute rope bindings on all 4 sides. Measures: 7” high (including opening on top), 6” long, and 1.5” wide. Historically, jade tiles have adorned many classic tiki establishments, including Don The Beachcomber's and Trader Vic's. They are often lashed together with bamboo frames to make breezeways or to embellish door frames. This flask is marked for the Tonga Hut.

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    Christmas Caliente Monkey Mug a.k.a. The Severed Ren Christmas Monkey Mug - in 5 collections

    Designer
    Doug Horne
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a mug shaped like a green severed monkey head wearing a hat and smoking a cigar. It was designed and conceived by Doug Horne and sculpted by Eekum Bookum (John and Janet Mulder). The mug is an homage to the classic Ren Clark Severed Head Mug design. The regular edition is a 4-color mug. 10% of pre-sale mugs were a special promotional glaze that was shipped randomly and blind-boxed to those who ordered through the event website. One of the 200 was a blind-boxed Golden Monkey Mug. This version, issued for Christmas 2014, is glazed in green and red.

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    Circa Caliente 2017 Mug in 12 collections

    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    Circa Caliente is a four-day celebration of tiki and pop culture ranging from the 1950's through the 1980's. From Elvis to Giligan's Island and Fantasy Island and Magnum P.I. This mug depicts a Tiki reading a TV Guide and surrounded by skulls and media devices from the celebrated era (record player, TV, etc...). Made of stoneware with reddish brown wipe glaze. Pick-up only at the Reef bar from 10/21-22.

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    Circa Caliente 2018 Mug in 5 collections

    Designer
    Milan Guanko
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    Circa Caliente is a four-day celebration of tiki and pop culture ranging from the 1950's through the 1980's. From Elvis to Giligan's Island and Fantasy Island and Magnum P.I. This mug depicts a tiki (KONA) on front that was also used on the Gilligan's Island TV episode "Waiting for Watubi" which in turn was based on an actual tiki available in the 60's and carved in wood by Milan Guanko. The back and sides of the mug further depict a Gilligan's Island theme with the life ring from the opening of the show and Rory Snyder dressed as Gilligan. The mug is marked "Circa Caliente" on reverse. Pick-up only at the Reef bar from 10/18-21. Issued in a Black & White or a Light Blue glaze.

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    Classic Kane for Bootlegger Tiki Artist Proof a.k.a. Classic Kane for Bootlegger Tiki AP - in 1 collection

    Designer
    Mulder142
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a mug shaped like a classic Kane Tiki. Marked for Bootlegger Tiki in Palm Springs, CA. As an artist proof, color and details vary and are unique.

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    Classic Kane for Bootlegger Tiki First Edition a.k.a. Classic Kane for Bootlegger Tiki Bone & Black - in 6 collections

    Designer
    Mulder142
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a mug shaped like a classic Kane Tiki. Features a wipe-away black glaze to pick out details on an otherwise bone white mug. Marked for Bootlegger Tiki in Palm Springs, CA.

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    Classic Kane for Bootlegger Tiki Fourth Edition a.k.a. Classic Kane for Bootlegger Tiki Red Wipe Glaze - in 4 collections

    Designer
    Mulder142
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a mug shaped like a classic Kane Tiki. Features a red wipe-away glaze. Marked for Bootlegger Tiki in Palm Springs, CA.

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    Classic Kane for Bootlegger Tiki Second Edition a.k.a. Classic Kane for Bootlegger Tiki Orange - in 4 collections

    Designer
    Mulder142
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a mug shaped like a classic Kane Tiki. Features an orange glaze. Marked for Bootlegger Tiki in Palm Springs, CA.

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    Classic Kane for Bootlegger Tiki Third Edition a.k.a. Classic Kane for Bootlegger Tiki Dark Brown - in 9 collections

    Designer
    Mulder142
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a mug shaped like a classic Kane Tiki. Features a dark brown glaze. Marked for Bootlegger Tiki in Palm Springs, CA.

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    Designer
    Mulder142
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum
    Producer
    Lei Low

    This mug is shaped like a coconut that is still in it's husk. It has three distinct sides. One side shows the Lei Low logo, one side says "Howdy" and the third side says "Since 2014". They were made by John Mulder and are an homage to Trader Vic's “Aloha” coconut.

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    Designer
    Mulder142
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    Modeled after the vintage monkeypod souvenir tikis that were made in the Philippines and sold all over Hawaii in the 60s and 70s. Also produced inBrown / Gold.

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    Designer
    Mulder142
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    Modeled after the vintage monkeypod souvenir tikis that were made in the Philippines and sold all over Hawaii in the 60s and 70s. Also produced in Lava Green.

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    Devil's Reef Infinity Skull Mug in 8 collections

    Designer
    Mulder142
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    A mug shaped like several skull mugs without bottom jaw that are fused together to form a seamless transition as they are turned. Centipedes and other nasty critters crawl through the eye sockets. Sculpt by Patrick Vassar & made by Eekum Bookum (aka., John Mulder).

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    Devo Cat Mug in 9 collections

    Designer
    Doug Horne
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a mug shaped like a cat playing a circular synthesizer keyboard and wearing the signature Devo red energy dome hat. The mug is glazed in a matte wipe-away black, leaving the cat and keyboard in a gray color with details picked out in black left in recesses of sculpt. Hat is gloss red. The American new wave band Devo has often worn this red, terraced energy dome as part of its stage outfit. Mug was released at the 1st Anniversary Event at TikiCat bar in Kansas City, MO, on April 14, 2018.

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