The Wonky Mug Exhibition has Officially Arrived

Wonky mugs of the world, we salute you!

Third Drawer Down and Coffee Supreme are putting on an exhibition of out of the ordinary mugs: the cracked, the crooked, and the utterly wonky.

See our collection of unique coffee cups from LA-based ceramic studio Echo Park Pottery that our founder Abi has collected over the years. Echo Park Pottery is affiliated with artist Peter Shire, one of the founders of the Memphis - Milano movement of the 1980's and sells exclusively to Third Drawer Down in Australia.

 

Join us for the launch of the Wonky Mug gallery on Saturday September 14th 9.30am until 11am at our Fitzroy flagship. The team at Coffee Supreme will be serving free Shortstop donuts and coffee for anyone who brings along their own mug (wonky or not).

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We’re also celebrating the launch by giving away a wonky bundle with our friends at Coffee Supreme. One lucky winner will receive two one-of-a-kind Echo Park Pottery mugs and a 1kg bag of Coffee Supreme beans - click here to find out more. 

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With the exhibition running until the 29th of September, you’ll have plenty of time to see these one-off mugs and even buy your very own Echo Park piece. For the entire duration of the Wonky Mug showcase, Coffee Supreme are also supplying Moccamaster coffee so you can sip and shop - all you need to do is bring along your own mug or reusable cup!

You can catch the exhibition at 93 George St, Fitzroy from September 14th-29th.

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