Loving our festival mugs and memorabilia!
There is nothing quite like a soothing cuppa… and knowing how much our festival family loves a good brew, we asked Tasmanian ceramicist Susan Simonini to create a limited edition collection of memorable mugs.
Every time you enjoy your next mug of goodness, we reckon you’ll be tempted to break into song!
The perfect gift for the singer in your life and a wonderful way for us to support Tasmanian artists.
HOW TO BUY OUR FESTIVAL MUGS AND MEMORABILIA
- Purchase online and we will ship anywhere in Australia for a flat rate of $12.20
- Come to our Hobart office Tuesday or Thursday 9am -5pm and purchase using contactless payment. Find us at Level 3, 77 Salamanca Place. Contactless payments available.
Warning: These mugs could lead to mass singing and spontaneous moments of joy!
Handmade by Tasmanian ceramicist Susan Simonini
Limited Edition – 4 different colour palettes, 300ml capacity
All mugs are designed, handmade and finished in Susan’s studio in the north west of Tasmania. Due to this labour intensive process, you will find slight imperfections and marks left by the making process. These contribute to the uniqueness and beauty of the forms and are part of the character of each individual and unique piece.
Hand washing is recommended for handmade ceramics. White earthenware pieces are low fired and therefore still slightly porous, soaking should be avoided. These pieces are also inherently more fragile so extra care should be taken when handling and washing.
About the Artist
Susan Simonini holds a Bachelor of Fine Art from Queensland College of Art, Griffith University and a Graduate Diploma in Education. Her paintings and screenprints are held in several public and private collections, including the Gold Coast City Art Gallery and the Mater Private Hospital Collection, Brisbane. Following a move to north west Tasmania, Susan happened upon ceramics quite by accident and now has bit of a love affair with this versatile, challenging medium.
You can find her on Instagram @susansimonini