Artist and sculptor Gecko, of Gecko’s South Sea’s Arts, has created a tiki mug for the celebrated La Mariana Sailing Club. The La Mariana is the last remaining classic tiki bar on Oahu. Opened in 1955, the restaurant and bar has survived where others failed, picking up decor from Trader Vic’s, Don the Beachcomber, [...]
The folks at Tiki Farm were cleaning out their warehouse recently (which I can only assume looks like something out of the last scene of Raiders of the Lost Ark) and came across a small quantity of vintage items that somehow got lost in time. Among them are ceramic shots and a scorpion bowl designed [...]
Crazy Al Evans is an amazing California tiki carver who has been slowly expanding his repertoire to include other offerings, including a line of tiki mugs that are duplicates of his larger carved logs.
For Halloween this year, Crazy Al has beautifully painted the glaze on one of each of his mugs in “El Día de [...]
It’s hard to believe it, but Tiki Farm is celebrating 10 years of being in business this month. Back then, there were hardly any new tiki mugs on the market, available in a few obscure specialty stores, and certainly not many of very high quality. How things have changed! TikiFarm.com has more styles available this [...]
[ July 1, 2009; ] Thatch Tiki Bar will host a tiki mug release party on July 1, 2009 at 4 p.m., celebrating the release of their new signature tiki mug. Designed and manufactured by Tiki Farm, it’s based on the first of the bar’s vintage “baby eater” tikis.
The mugs sell for $15; for an extra $5 they come filled [...]
The 2009 edition of Hukilau, the annual Ft. Lauderdale gathering of the tiki faithful, is now just about a month away. In anticipation of the event (and for those not able to make it), 2009 Hukilau merchandise, including this year’s signature mug, is now available for sale online.
This year’s mug is a real beauty. Designed [...]
The organizers of Hukilau 2009, which will be held again this summer in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, have finally revealed photos of this year’s souvenir tiki mug and it’s a beauty.
Created and sculpted by artist Kevin Kidney, the mug is a physical version of the event logo designed by him a few years ago. Pre-orders for [...]