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Coming Soon

Most Calamityware™ products start as Kickstarter projects. Once a project is funded on Kickstarter, production starts. Sometimes it takes several months for something new to reach this on-line store. This Coming Soon page gives you the status of every product in the production pipeline.

Calamityware Series 1 Revisited
The four plate designs (Flying Monkeys, Giant Robot, Big Fish, and UFOs) have been unavailable for a long time now. Production is underway. This time they will be produced using the in-glaze technique that characterizes Calamityware plates 5 through 12. Once the ship arrives from Europe, these plates will be available on this site. We expect to start taking orders around March 15, 2017.



You Need Friends Mug (a Kickstarter Make 100/project)
A Make/100 project was a limited-edition project aimed at finding just 100 sponsors for each reward level. All the rewards are based on the notion that life goes a little better when you have lots of friends. There will be mugs with a graphic featuring a tableau of diverse creatures. Once the Kickstarter rewards are produced and distributed, a limited number of these mugs will be available on this site. we expect to start taking orders around March 15.



Deep Calamityware bowl
A lot of people have requested a deep Calamityware bowl so they can enjoy chili, cereal, ice cream, and other deep-dish favorites. I have a design I like and am waiting to see a production prototype to make sure all the details are working. I hope to make this a Kickstarter project late in the spring.



More playful playing cards
What if I shook my sketchbooks really hard and the creatures that tumbled out became the face cards in a deck of playing cards? I’ve been working on designs for some exceedingly unusual cards and hope to make this a project later in March of 2017.



Page updated February 16, 2017