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Auri and the Moon Magic Mug

Nate Taylor

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$27.00
$27.00
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Auri and the Moon Magic Mug

Nate Taylor

A newly reworked and redesigned rendition of a classic! Our new Auri and the Moon Magic Mug is sure to warm your heart! Be enchanted as you pour coffee, cocoa, or tea into this ordinary looking black mug and the heat from your beverage slowly reveals Auri and the Moon in stark alabaster as designed by Nate Taylor for Patrick Rothfuss’s novella The Slow Regard of Silent Things.

Different from the original prototype, this mug shows the village portion of the artwork indefinitely, with the the rest of the art revealing itself upon the addition of heat.

The artwork was created by our wonderful friend, the talented Nate Taylor. You can see more of his work in our Nate Taylor collection. If you would also like a signed copy of the artwork Auri and the Moon, we have them available here!

As always, all proceeds from Worldbuilders Market go to Worldbuilders, a geek-centered nonprofit supporting humanitarian efforts worldwide.

Auri and the Moon Magic MugAuri and the Moon Magic MugAuri and the Moon Magic MugAuri and the Moon Magic Mug

A newly reworked and redesigned rendition of a classic! Our new Auri and the Moon Magic Mug is sure to warm your heart! Be enchanted as you pour coffee, cocoa, or tea into this ordinary looking black mug and the heat from your beverage slowly reveals Auri and the Moon in stark alabaster as designed by Nate Taylor for Patrick Rothfuss’s novella The Slow Regard of Silent Things.

Different from the original prototype, this mug shows the village portion of the artwork indefinitely, with the the rest of the art revealing itself upon the addition of heat.

The artwork was created by our wonderful friend, the talented Nate Taylor. You can see more of his work in our Nate Taylor collection. If you would also like a signed copy of the artwork Auri and the Moon, we have them available here!

As always, all proceeds from Worldbuilders Market go to Worldbuilders, a geek-centered nonprofit supporting humanitarian efforts worldwide.

Mug capacity is 11oz 

Patrick Rothfuss was born in Madison, Wisconsin to awesome parents. After nine years at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, he accidentally had enough credits to graduate with an English degree. Patrick then went to grad school. He’d rather not talk about it. In March 2007, The Name of the Wind was published and met with surprising success. In the years since, it has been translated into 30 languages, won all manner of awards, and become a bestseller in several countries. After a great deal of work and a few raised eyebrows from his patient editor, Wise Man’s Fear came out in March 2011, immediately hitting #1 on the New York Times Bestseller list. When not working on the third book of the series, Pat plays with his kiddos, makes mead, and runs Worldbuilders, a geek-centered charity that has raised more than a million dollars for Heifer International. For more information about Patrick Rothfuss, check out his blog.


Nate Taylor is a freelance artist living with his family in the Pacific Northwest. Inspired at an early age by newspaper comics and movie poster art, he has been an artist all his life with work ranging from portraits and illustrations to cartoons and comics. When he isn't working, Nate enjoys roleplaying games and carpentry.

A love of tabletop games and science fiction and fantasy stories has guided Nate's career. He has illustrated "The Slow Regard of Silent Things" and "The Adventures of the Princess & Mr. Whiffle" by Patrick Rothfuss, "sometimes the Magic Works" by Terry Brooks, book covers for "Whatever" collections by John Scalzi, and contributed artwork to "Unfettered: Tales by Masters of Fantasy," "The Undone Life of Jak Dreadth," and "The Tempered Steel of Antiquity Grey" by Shawn Speakman.

Nate has also created art for tabletop games "Button Men," "Tak," "Pairs," "Lords of Vegas: Underworld," "Lords of Vegas: Americana," and "The Island of Doctor Lucky." He is currently developing several comic and graphic novel projects. 

See more of Nate Taylor's work on his website.

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