Librarians love literary Tiki mugs.
Sometimes Tiki mugs resonate with an unexpected crowd. Jonathan and Allison have seen it happen. When librarians see their Cask of Amontillado mug, they quickly make the short-story connection, let out an oh-so-restrained glee, ooooh and aaaah a bit, and make a quick purchase. Once the mug makes it home, the hope is that it will hold tasty elixirs, not pencils or vengeful poisonings. Nonetheless, it’s a fun moment for Jonathan and Allison, who designed and produced the mug out of a love of classic horror literature combined with Tiki.
Read the rest of the story in Polynesiacs: Tiki at Home, page 378.
Lalotai: Den of Monsters, Atlanta, Georgia
2 thoughts on “Fortunato escapes the Lalotai.”
Great pictures of a magical location and some truly epic mugs. I never tire of seeing and hearing tales of Horror in Clay and Inuhele!
Thank you, Stephen. Love your photography as well!