Tiki Mugs: Cult Artifacts of Polynesian Pop

Oh man! Today’s already insanely busy – incredibly fun and chocked full of good art and all sorts of other treats (stay tuned) – but ultimately exhausting with the first of hopefully just a couple of crosstown trips already underway.  Anyway, however the day goes, it is my sincerest of hopes that it winds down at the Trader Vic’s release party for the new book, Tiki Mugs: Cult Artifacts of Polynesian Pop.  

Mai Tais anyone?

Read more about the book and the party at Tiki Central.

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Chris Osburn is the founder, administrator and editor of tikichris. In addition to blogging, he works as a freelance journalist, photographer, consultant and curator.
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2 Responses to Tiki Mugs: Cult Artifacts of Polynesian Pop

  1. woofmutt says:

    Dang it, I misread your tweet as “Tiki Mugs: Cult artifacts OR Polynesian Pop” and had hoped you’d found a conservative rant as to how Tiki mugs were things of the devil. But no. Just how Tiki mugs are things of the devil rum.

  2. tikichris says:

    I like your title better. Best title might be “Cult Artifacts AND Polynesian Pop.”

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