A ceramic jug that resembles the head of a man. The jug is glazed and painted in blues, white, and yellow. The head has exaggerated features with large eyes, nose, mouth and eyebrows. Part of the lip of the jug is broken off. The jug is by artist Carl Block, who is known for moving the Southern folk art face jug in a very contemporary direction, equal parts Appalachian tradition and tattoo shop irreverence.