Coffee drinkers whose love runs double espresso-deep can sip their favorite roasts from these clever glass mugs. Eliza Todd scours antique dictionaries for java-inspired descriptors, and has each word and its meaning printed in a charming typewriter font. Who doesn't love accompanying their cup with a little light reading material? Made in Mexico and decorated in Lawrence, Kansas.
Words & Definitions:
Root: Latin somnus + Latin fugus
1. Something that dispels lethargy or hinders sleep.
Root: Scottish dall
1. To arouse from a slumber.
Root: Frisian clufer
1. A surge of energy or vitality.
Root: French foison + Latin osus
1. Bursting with vitality or energy.
We chatted with Eliza about how she took the plunge from working in the computer industry to full-time artist, thanks to her weird and wonderful antiquated words. See the whole story on our blog.