Enjoy a journey to the moon every time you take a sip with these cool ceramic coasters. They’re ceramic, so they’re absorbent and feature durable, UV-printed images of the lunar surface. Sold in a set of four. Check out CatchtheBug’s Etsy shop for many more artful coaster designs.
Mondo’s toothy ceramic mug is inspired by the famed shark from Spielberg’s classic Jaws. Enjoy your tiki drinks straight from the mouth of this beast, which holds up to 22 oz. of your drink of choice. This particular version comes painted to match the original Jaws poster and includes a translucent red swimmer swizzle stick.
Perhaps it’s the ritual, but we find that pour-over coffee just tastes better than automatic drip. This clean and minimal set from Hokeki will look great on your kitchen counter. It comes with a 20 oz heat- and cold-resistant glass pot, a high-fired ceramic dripper that regulates drip time, and a stand for putting it all together.
The grinning ghosts in installations by artist Roberto Cambi have won awards for playfully haunting European landmarks. Cambi also makes mini versions as tea light holders to decorate not-so-haunted houses everywhere. Artemest and Pasadena’s Gold Bug sell them in small, medium, and large. No two are alike.
How can you leave your brew standing alone in a world that’s so cold? You need a proper ceramic coffee mug, like this one, inspired by the lyrics of the 1984 Prince hit When Doves Cry, and embellished with a painterly image of the late musician. An exclusive from Ten Ton Titmouse.
It’s-a-mug, Mario! Celebrate your love for caffeine and the Mushroom Kingdom with Paladone’s official Super Mario Bros. mug. The squared off ceramic mug borrows its shape from the classic NES game cartridge, only this time you need to blow on it to cool off your coffee, and not to get the game to load.
Filling up an actual astronaut’s helmet with hot coffee sounds like a terrible idea. But these ceramic astronaut mugs make a bit more sense for your morning cuppa. Each one looks like a bubble-shaped helmet, complete with a shiny visor and handle in gold, black, or silver.
Handmade by Texas-based Chischilly Pottery, these awesome mugs are based on the drinking vessels called “rhytons”, common in ancient Persia. In addition to dragons, they make lion, wolf, and ram steins (yeah, we said it) among others. We can think of no better way to drink mead at the Renaissance fair.
Here’s a great gift for the artist or designer on your shopping list. This set of official Pantone color bowls comes in an assortment of six vibrant hues. The 4.75″ porcelain bowls are perfect for cereal, ice cream, or soups, and are dishwasher safe. MOMA members get a 20% discount through 11/11/19.
Let’s face it, working for the man sucks. You need the weekend to get here. Best you can do during the workweek is hunker down, grab a cup of coffee and push through it. This set of five stackable ceramic cups helps express your disdain while you nurse your caffeine buzz.
These playful ceramic tiki mugs are based on General Mills’ spooky cereal mascots Count Chocula, Franken Berry, and Boo Berry (sorry, Frute Brute fans.) They were sold in limited numbers at SDCC 2018, but it looks like another batch is up for pre-order at Entertainment Earth.
We want a personal zoo filled with these polygonal stoneware animals from Brooklyn ceramicists Bronsen Company. Choose from Gerard Giraffe, Leo Lion, Calvin Crocodile, Grayson Gorilla, or Hamilton Hippo. Available in white or black, individually or in a complete set.
This sublime white stoneware growler is perfect for that very special beer enthusiast on your shopping list. Each one is slip cast and hand-finished in Portland by Birchfield Hardware and has a tight rubber seal to keep your brew fresh. Holds 64 oz, and measures 11″ x 5.75″.