Mugspotters is live!

1. Malcolm Group

An arty sepia-toned shot of the iconic Malcolms Electropainting Mug. Belonging to the Tankard family, it was shot on location overlooking the disused Gas Tower in Stretford, giving it an air of melancholy.
I for one was left wanting to know more about the world of electropainting so why not visit the website for this West Midlands industrial stalwart  for the full lowdown.

Here is a full colour side view of the receptacle, unveiling its Tankard handle design.

7 thoughts on “Mugspotters is live!

  1. mugspotters says:

    My that is a real nice mug!


  2. Sevoid says:

    A fitting tribute to both the dying art of Electropainting and trade freebie mugs.


  3. Sevoid says:

    Hey Mugspotters, can we have some more shots of this classic beverage holder. The logo seems to cut off at the side! Thanks


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