One of a set of six finest English china mugs featuring Jane's original Biro drawings.
A Russian Brown bear walks across the surface of the mug with a rich tapestry of symbolism woven through his fur, including an interpretation of artist Anselm Kiefer’s attic. An old soviet WWII poster of a child clinging to his mother was used as inspiration to illustrate the harsh Russian winters faced by female bears and their cubs, a time when hibernating Brown bears are most at risk from mankind. This stunning mug also features a smaller image of the bear on the back, creating a sense of movement as if the bear has walked through the mug handle . Inside the mug is a larger portrait of Mummy Bear and Baby Bear. Mummy bear stares plaintively into the mug user's eyes as they drink from the mug!
Designed by Jane Lee McCracken
Made in Stoke-on-Trent, England by The New English
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