Collectible Porcelain: Calamityware Review & Giveaway
This is a Calamityware review of their mugs and plates. -Jaden
These dishes serve to remind you that despite all the craziness in the news….life could be so much worse. Calamityware is a line of porcelain plates, mugs and saucers that feature zombie poodles, destructive robots, preying pterodactyls, a spiky fish-snake creature with giant teeth, and other nightmare-inducing, spine-chilling scares.
Pittsburgh-based artist, Don Moyer, began a Kickstarter project in 2014. Since then, he’s raised over $1.3 million for his collection of porcelainware!
Each of these Calamityware pieces are a collector’s item, as each product has a limited run. Once it’s gone, it’s gone!
These blue willow porcelain plates are produced in a Kristoff factory in Poland. Kristoff is one of Europe’s largest porcelain producers and is well known for perfect mix of old-world craftsmanship and modern technology.
Everything is food safe, microwave safe and dishwasher safe.
Can you imagine serving spaghetti and meatballs on these plates…and halfway though eating, your guests discover the crazy monsters lurking beneath!?
My favorite product are the mugs, which I use every morning for my green tea. Nothing like sipping calming green tea while eyeing a Sasquatch!
Each of these mugs feature a smorgasbord of creatures:
• hairy fiend
• giant frog
• unpleasant blob creature
• voracious sea monster
• agressive pterodactyls
• rambunctious robots
• zombie poodle
Calamityware is giving away a collectors set of 4 dinner plates and 4 mugs…everything you see here in this review!
Congratulations to our winner!