24 Hours ’Til Tiki

Hi Kickstarter Backers,

Less than 24 hours to go! Our Kickstarter campaign for Ninety Years of Classic San Diego Tikiends tomorrow, Wed, January 9, 2019 at 1:08pm PST. Please share with your friends!

We’ve added an exclusive 24 Hour special, so you can get still get Ninety Years of Classic San Diego Tiki  for $30 from now until the end of the campaign. Make sure to get those last minute pledges in…

There are also some San Diego tiki restaurant mug posters from the limited edition available.

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Kickstarter Deadline

Available until the Kickstarter Deadline:

 

The Maui Patron Backer Reward

  • Includes four signed copies of the book
  • Access to the ePub digital version of the book
  • The tiki mug poster
  • A vintage 1939 tourist photo album with snaps of Errol Flynn, Victor McLaglen and the original Christian’s Hut on Papeete Beach, Two Harbors at the Isthmus, as featured in the book.
  • Also included is a menu from the Chi-Chi Club when it was at Santa Catalina’s Isthmus resort.
  • And two vintage Catalina tourist brochures!
1941 Chi-Chi Club menu, Catalina Isthmus
1941 Chi-Chi Club menu, Catalina Isthmus

 

Ta’aroa Patron Backer Reward

  • Includes four signed copies of the book
  • Access to the ePub digital version of the book
  • The tiki mug poster
  • ‘Tahitian Nude,’ an original 1958 oil painting by Victor Sloop Wigington (1923-1979) from the estate of Wilbur Clark (Knickerbocker Hotel, Tahiti Bar, South Seas Cafe, Desert Inn),as featured in the book. Velvet paintings like this were a regular staple in tiki bars across the country, including Clark’s ‘South Seas Cafe’ in San Diego, and ‘Tahiti Bar’ in National City.
  • Also included are two vintage menus from the South Seas Cafe (food and drink menus).
(Minus the black tape...)
(Minus the black tape…)

As always, thank you for your support!

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Kickstarter Deadline

28 Days of Tiki is a countdown to the funding of my Kickstarter project, Ninety Years of Classic San Diego Tiki – The Book. It’s a visual history and celebration of San Diego and Tijuana’s Polynesian Pop culture, tiki restaurants, bars and cuisine.

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