Pazuzu Mug - Sumerian Sunset Edition - by Ohana Is Dead

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This is a mug shaped like the head of Pazuzu. Pazuzu is the main antagonist in The Exorcist horror novels and film series, created by William Peter Blatty. Blatty based this on the actual Mesopotamian demon.

From Ohana Is Dead:

"In ancient Mesopotamian religion, Pazuzu was the king of the wind demons and the son of Hanbi, god of evil. Although Pazuzu is considered an evil spirit, he was called upon to ward off other malicious spirits, protecting humans against misfortune and plague.

We took an ancient Mesopotamian artifact and turned it into a relic of our own! Standing 6 inches tall and holding roughly 24 fluid ounces of your favorite tropical treat, Pazuzu is sure to exorcise your thirst and send your head spinning.

Art by our homie, Very Good Tiki (Tiki Nava) and, produced by good friends, Munktiki. Our Sumerian Sunset Pazuzu is limited to 25 total mugs.​​​ "

Production

Designer
Tiki Nava
Manufacturer
Munktiki
Producer
Ohana Is Dead
Production Count
25

Release

Date
4 Jun 2022
Cost
USD 185.00

Physical Characteristics

Material
Ceramic
Shape
Other
Colour
Red / Yellow
Dimensions
6"H
Capacity
24 fl. oz.
Imagery
Monster
Marking
"Pazuzu Son of Evil" on reverse. "Munktiki" on bottom.
Distinguishing Characteristics
red & yellow sunset faded ombre glaze

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    Designer
    Tiki Nava
    Manufacturer
    Munktiki
    Producer
    Ohana Is Dead

    This is a mug shaped like the head of Pazuzu. Pazuzu is the main antagonist in The Exorcist horror novels and film series, created by William Peter Blatty. Blatty based this on the actual Mesopotamian demon.

    From Ohana Is Dead:

    "In ancient Mesopotamian religion, Pazuzu was the king of the wind demons and the son of Hanbi, god of evil. Although Pazuzu is considered an evil spirit, he was called upon to ward off other malicious spirits, protecting humans against misfortune and plague.

    We took an ancient Mesopotamian artifact and turned it into a relic of our own! Standing 6 inches tall and holding roughly 24 fluid ounces of your favorite tropical treat, Pazuzu is sure to exorcise your thirst and send your head spinning.

    Art by our homie, Very Good Tiki (Tiki Nava) and, produced by good friends, Munktiki Imports."

  • 1 Photo
    Designer
    Tiki Nava
    Manufacturer
    Munktiki
    Producer
    Ohana Is Dead

    This is a mug shaped like the head of Pazuzu. Pazuzu is the main antagonist in The Exorcist horror novels and film series, created by William Peter Blatty. Blatty based this on the actual Mesopotamian demon.

    From Ohana Is Dead:

    "In ancient Mesopotamian religion, Pazuzu was the king of the wind demons and the son of Hanbi, god of evil. Although Pazuzu is considered an evil spirit, he was called upon to ward off other malicious spirits, protecting humans against misfortune and plague.

    We took an ancient Mesopotamian artifact and turned it into a relic of our own! Standing 6 inches tall and holding roughly 24 fluid ounces of your favorite tropical treat, Pazuzu is sure to exorcise your thirst and send your head spinning.

    Art by our homie, Very Good Tiki (Tiki Nava) and, produced by good friends, Munktiki Imports."

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Ohana Is Dead website store
Source URL
ohanaisdead.com

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Date Created
8 Jun 2022
Date Updated
8 Jun 2022
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