Wendell Berry Mugs Are Back!

by Kentucky For Kentucky |

Did you miss out on our first round of Wendell Berry mugs? Well weep no more, fellow Kentuckians!  David Kring has done it again, y’all!  This Wednesday, October 19th at 10 a.m. a limited run of our famous Wendell Berry mugs will be available on our online shop!
Handmade and illustrated in Kentucky by ceramic artist David Kring , the mugs feature a drawing based on the works of famed Kentucky photographer James Baker Hall paired with a Wendell Berry quote — “What I stand for is what I stand on” (hand-lettered by Colleen Newcomb of Letterland Glass).
Each individually crafted mug pays tribute to the prolific Kentucky author and environmental activist, with 50 percent of the proceeds benefiting The Berry Center (Berrycenter.org), a nonprofit organization headquartered in New Castle, Kentucky. The Berry Center seeks to put Wendell Berry’s writings to work by “advocating for farmers, land conserving communities, and healthy regional economies.”
Don’t miss out on your opportunity to grab this limited-edition piece available ONLY through Kentucky for Kentucky this Wednesday on our website!

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