Porcelain tableware may not top many young urban dwellers wish lists, but that may change if Ink Dish has their way. It comes as no surprise that the company’s target audience said they “don’t want stuffy and formal china, and they don’t want mass-produced mainstream dinnerware.” The Le Mesa, California, company’s current line features blue and white mugs, bowls, and plates with Japanese-style fish designed by tattoo artist Paul Timman. Available through Propeller in San Francisco, a little place called Fred Segal in the L.A. area, and Gore Dean on the East Coast. Its a registry option that won’t make you balk.