True Blue character jug produced by Greyson Perry of London, England, circa 1985. Grayson Perry (1960 - ) is an English contemporary artist, writer and broadcaster. He is known for his ceramic vases, tapestries, and cross-dressing, as well as his observations of the contemporary arts scene, and for dissecting British "prejudices, fashions and foibles". In True Blue, Grayson Perry subverts a traditional eighteenth-century Toby Jug. In True Blue, this icon of Englishness becomes crude and ridiculous. The inscription "Hurrah! I Say Money is Sexy. Poverty is Most Ugly!" mocks the English class system and the associated ignorance and snobbery. True Blue features a 18th century man with inscribed in blue paint at the top "Made in England", around the base "Hurrah! I Say Money is Sexy. Poverty is Most Ugly!", and at the back True Blue. It is stamped under the handle. True Blue's hair forms the handle of the jug.