Danielle Mann is a tiki mug maker from Brisbane Australia and her work is truly incredible!
The name of her company is Black Lagoon Designs and she pulls influences from old school tiki bars, mid-century and the female form.
Her plan for the future is world domination! I think it’s safe to say that she already conquered the tiki scene in Australia. Watch out USA, you’re next!
Here is Danielle’s story …
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Tiki in a Tuff Shed!
When Cheryl and Bob Capoocia moved to Spokane WA from San Diego CA, they had to get used to drastically colder temperatures than what they were used to down in sunny CA. To escape the cold weather, they built a Tough Shed and converted it into a tiki bar. Yes, there is heat!
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In the middle of the 19th century, the sailors of the British Navy were given citrus juice rations as a way to avoid scurvy. This in turn led to these sailors being regarded as some of the healthiest of their day. If that’s the case, the good people of San Francisco and surrounding locales must already be amongst the healthiest thanks to the plethora of exemplary Tiki Bars that dot the region. So, when the wind behind your sails is strong, and the rum and the lime are in plentiful supply, what do you do? Well, if you are the Future Bars team you take an underperforming bar and set your sights on creating another standout tiki destination: The Zombie Village!
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I remember saying when I was a kid …
“When I grow up, I’m going to eat anything I want!”,
And I did.
Until I couldn’t …
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