it's kind of a long story...
corrocup was concieved in a high school art classroom somewhere in upstate new york. no one thought the cup project would continue as the designer spent as much time casting as he spent cleaning the leaking slip released by the primitive
plaster casts. fortunately, the designer was able to produce two successful cups, brightly colored and glossy. during his studies at pratt institute, the designer was able to learn more professional slip casting techniques at his internship at
the brooklyn ceramic studio, franca. the two inspiring women at franca assisted in the refinement of his design and manufacturing process, allowing him to finally produce the corrocups that you know and love. in a partnership with blue marble
brooklyn, the designer was able to sell the cups at their prospect heights storefront.
drink and be merry.