Shaka Bones - a hand printed and hand painted shirt
Shaka Bones was created by Tomas Belsky in the 80s after he noticed many skateboarding youth ripping up Hilo Town, Shaka Bones was originally shared with youth to help them remember to stay safe. The Shaka Bones design is a two-color run followed up with a hand painted splash of yellow border.
All Belsky's shirts are hand silk-screened using custom earth-friendly inks. All of his colorful designs, are hand painted by the artist himself. Allow for variation, the shirts are hand done, no two can be exactly alike. Two-side printed on natural colored 100% cotton Hanes Tagless Ts, these wearable works of art are preshrunk and available in adult sizes: S, M, L, XL and 2X.
Front print - has the hand colored Shaka Bones design (first two images below)
Back print - centered in brown ink (about 8 inches wide) is the Six Musicians Kaʻū Makahiki design (third image below)