Calamityware Is Porcelain That Depicts the End of the World

Whether you prefer an alien invasion, giant robot attacks, flying monkeys, or ravenous monsters, Don Moyer knows how to set the right mood for a pleasant dinner.

Moyer is an artist in Pittsburgh who likes to draw funny cartoons. A few years ago, he acquired a blue porcelain plate. He thought that the image on it was inadequate, so he doodled a dinosaur on it. This led to the development of what he calls Calamityware: dinner plates that show supernatural disasters.

-via Colossal

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Oh man, if I had seen this before Mothers Day, I would have asked for one! These would go so well in my large collection of slightly mismatched Blue Willow china. Unfortunately, it looks like he does not have many plates left.
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