No need to dine alone when you can eat with Oodles of Robots. Here is a blue-willow paradise infested with mechanical marvels that first appeared in Don Moyer's sketchbook.
The Oodles of Robots Bowls measure 12" (30 cm) in diameter. Big enough for duty as a serving bowl or extremely generous individual bowl. The bowl holds 2 cups of liquid (16 oz, 500 mL) with room to spare. Stuff like mashed potatoes, veggies, or pasta can be piled high.
White porcelain with rich blue images. Food safe. Microwave safe. Dishwasher safe. Produced at the award-winning Kristoff porcelain workshop in Poland using the in-glaze decoration process. That means the image is slightly melted into the surface like the fine porcelain you see in museums. Designed by Don Moyer and initially launched as a Kickstarter project in 2019.
Porcelain is both delicate and durable. We think you’ll enjoy Don’s blog about caring for your new treasures.
I like Calamityware so much that I'm not even sure what to say. I ordered a set of 2 serving bowls and the holiday robot mugs and the black cat T-shirt. All are beyond clever, hilarious, with amazing designs and well-- just so awesome. The dishes I use everyday are a set of Blue Willow so imagine my delight at being able to mix in the serving bowl and wait to see if anyone notices all the little calamities. Also great quality-- nice heavy made-in-Poland bowl. The T-shirt is great too. Gave it to my son who has a black cat. Perfect gift!
It's a Christmas gift for my husband who loves and collects all things classic robots.
I can't wait to give them to him. They are high quality and beautiful!!
Absolutely love the robot bowls. They are the perfect addition to our dinnerware set, which I also love. The attention to detail and quality are both quite impressive. You will not be sorry if you buy these!!
I’m so happy I did the kickstarter campaign for these bowls. They are really nice and super fun.
I also have the coffee mugs as well and I wish I could load up my whole kitchen with all calamity ware.
Keep up the great work and I’ll just keep slowly here and there turning my kitchen into a calamity kitchen.