CALL IT PORTABLE ART, CALL IT HIGH-BROW HYDRATION, whatever you call it, just know that this beautifully crafted, double-walled, ceramic coated, food-grade 304 stainless steel cup is one small stand against the mundane.
We are Chunky and we give artists free reign to adorn the everyday. To bring creativity to the commonplace. So choose the Chunky that speaks to you and know that your purchase is bringing the work of an emerging artist to the world one cafe at a time.
- 10oz (296ml) or 14oz (414ml)
- 18/8 Double walled stainless steel
- Keeps your drink warm for a prolonged period but the outside is cool to touch
- German engineered (Greblon) ceramic coated inner for the ultimate taste experience
- Sumptuous 3mm drinking edge will have you thinking you are still in a cafe
- Textured and tactile external printed design
- Acrylic lid is free of BPA
- Handwash cup to protect the design. Lid is dishwasher safe
- Our artists are paid well and upfront for their work
- Plastic free packaging
- Free end of life recycling
- 10 oz (296ml)
- 14 oz (414ml)
- Bloom – Laura Shallcrass
- Birbs – Malangeo
- Breathe In. Breathe Out – Jen Sievers
About the artist
- Laura Shallcrass is an artist and commercial illustrator based in Queenstown, New Zealand. Laura was born in Wellington where she trained as an illustrator and graphic designer, before traveling the world and eventually settling in Queenstown. Flora and fauna feature heavily in her work, alongside gemstones and minerals hovering, dreamlike, against scenes ethereal and yet familiar. Laura paints in oils and gouache and draws in ink and graphite, creating sparse and yet detail focused works of infinite depth and stillness. Visit her website
- Auckland artist & illustrator Michael Kennedy (aka Malangeo) creates wonderfully weird portraits of “creepy-cute” critters, macabre beasties & floofy fat birds. His work is a celebration of traditional oil painting techniques, digital illustration and contemporary pop surreal style. Brought up on the irreverent humour of cartoons and comics like The Farside and Calvin & Hobbes; his art oozes whimsical charm, dark humour and pop culture references.
- Jen Sievers has pursued a life driven by the sheer joy of creating. Her career started with the first half of a fine arts degree, followed by 15 years of graphic design, and now a return to her true love: paint. Jen paints joy. She uses acrylic paints with fresh colours and playful brush strokes, infused with soul. She has a passion for the abstract, and because she’s not very good at sitting still, her style is constantly evolving. She paints obsessively in her home studio in the foothills of the Waitakeres, New Zealand, surrounded by birds, trees, and a daughter who thinks she’s a unicorn.