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Celebrating Canada’s LGBTQ2+ Community

Our Place Releases 'Full of Pride' Mugs In Collaboration With Queer Artist Viviana Matsuda

The Instafamous Our Place brand is celebrating Pride with limited-edition ceramic mugs…

Beloved cookware brand Our Place has partnered with queer Japanese-Mexican artist Viviana Matsuda to celebrate queer gatherings this Pride with a special Traditionware collection dedicated to the LGBTQIA+ community. The beautiful ceramic ‘Full Of Pride’ mugs feature a white glaze exterior and a hand-painted inside that includes rainbow colours and colours drawn from various pride flags, including light blue, pink, white, black, and brown.

The ‘Full of Pride’ mugs are 4 inches wide and are definitely big enough for your fave morning drink or a healthy serving of soup, cereal or even a few scoops of ice cream. Plus, they come in a set of two, allowing you to easily share with your partner or loved one.

“My pottery is uneven, smooth, freckled, chubby, and beautiful in all its diversity and uniqueness,” Matsuda explained in a statement. “I designed these mugs to celebrate that feeling of being together around the brunch table with chosen family, and I painted them with stripes that honour our community’s many unique identities and intersections.”

As with all of Our Place’s traditionware collections, they will be giving back to the community they are honouring, and 20% of profits will be donated to The 519, a Toronto-based organization committed to the health, happiness and full participation of the LGBTQ2S communities.

Our Place’s limited-edition ‘Full of Pride’ ceramic mugs are available now at Each set of two retails for $65 CAD.

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