Calamityware makes traditional-looking porcelain plates, bowls, and cups with monsters, alien invasions, and giant frogs hiding in plain sight. They’ve now turned their Things Could Be Worse pattern into a collection of silks, including a square scarf, a long scarf, a pocket square, and this necktie. If we still had to wear ties to work, this one would be in heavy rotation.
From burning the cookies to forgetting to put booze in the Egg Nog, the holidays are filled with minor disasters. But these Xmas cards from Calamityware imagine bigger catastrophes like evil snowmen, tentacle monsters, and deadly alien spores. The message inside says “You can’t escape the holiday spirit.” Sold in a 20-pack.
Take a shower with a bunch of strange and surprisingly charming sea monsters every day. Calamityware’s high-quality fabric curtain is covered from edge to edge with dozens of unique creatures, lovingly illustrated in black and white by artist Don Moyer. The curtain measures 72″ x 72″ and is fully hemmed and ready to hang.
Having a bad
day year? Sip your coffee or tea from one of these mugs for a reminder of just how much worse things could be. Calamityware’s mugs include scenes of a village overrun by robots, UFOs, giant frogs, poodles, and other creepy creatures. These 12oz. mugs are made from fine porcelain and sold in a set of four.