Spoo-Tiki Mug By The Black Lagoon Room Features Ghosts And Tombstones In Two Glazes
Is it too early to start planning for Halloween? The Black Lagoon Room doesn’t seem to think so, as they just recently announced a new mug titled Spoo-Tiki. Since ceramic mugs can take a year to produce, their timing makes sense.
Concept art for Spoo-Tiki was revealed and it depicts a mug with a traditional cylindrical shape, except that the body of the mug has been “bended” like the body of a ghost. Ghosts, bats, and tombstones decorate the base of the mug, and “Spoo-Tiki” is written on the back of the mug.
Two unique glazes are planned for Spoo-Tiki. The first glaze is a Tombstone Grey glaze described as grey with a dark grey or black wash, an orange interior, orange lettering, and white and black ghosts. The second glaze is named Fresh Grave Brown and will likely be medium brown with a dark brown wash, a green interior, green lettering, and white and black ghosts. The edition size for each glaze has not yet been announced, but each mug will stand about 8½” tall.
The Black Lagoon Room is the home Tiki bar and business of Pete Klockau. They design Tiki mugs, enamel pins, patches, t-shirts, and more. They are probably best known for their Thirsty Creature mug produced by Tiki Diablo.
The release for Spoo-Tiki is currently estimated for late Summer/Fall, but that is subject to change. More information will be shared at a later date on The Search for Tiki, as well as the official Instagram of The Black Lagoon Room.