The Gecko Hawaii Artist Series Presents:
Gecko X Steve Nazar #2: "The Gecko Tiki Space Bar!"
THIS IS A SECRET HOODIE!
WE WON'T PRINT THIS HOOD/DESIGN COMBO AGAIN!
ONLY 50 MADE!
WE WILL SELL OUT FAST!
This SECRET 1st Edition hoodie is features artwork from the iconic 1980's cartoonist Steve Nazar, bright neon inks & glow in the dark, retro, 1x puff/textured green ink!
From the LEGENDARY mind of artist & cartoonist Steve Nazar -- the guy who literally re-invented "graphic tees" in the 1980's when he brought to life the iconic "Thrilla Gorilla" and "Da' Boys" characters for Town & Country (T&C) Surf -- comes the second, all-new collaboration with Gecko Hawaii for our Artist Series!
We are stoked to bring you "the sequel design" of our brand-new, motley crew of wild party animals that instantly generate that "nostalgic, 1980's neon, throwback skate/surf" feeling of pure awesomeness that you've been longing for -- with a new gang of neon icons for a whole new generation!
- 1st edition printing!
- Secret, Limited Printing -- ONLY 50 MADE! We won't be printing this design ON THE WAIMEA SANDS HOODIE EVER AGAIN!
- THE COLORS POP ON THIS HOODIE!
- 100% Cotton
Uses Retro, Neon Green 1X Textured Puff Ink!
- Back Graphic & Front Pocket Logo uses Glow In The Dark Green Puff Ink!
- So many cool characters and secret easter eggs!
PLEASE CLICK HERE TO SEE OUR SIZING GUIDE FOR OUR GECKO BEACH TEES!
Anybody who grew up in the 1980's either wore (or wanted to wear) a tee with Nazar characters on them, or rented the T&C video game that featured the "Thrilla" characters for their original Nintendo Entertainment System!
For those of you who have been missing the nostalgic, laid back, party/skate/surf vibe of Nazar's artwork -- and have been buying old vintage versions on eBay in order to see it again in all of it's original & amazing neon & lightly puffed ink glory -- the WAIT IS FINALLY OVER -- And GECKO is proud to be the one that does it!
Please note, in general, the cost of our tees are not going up -- these Gecko X Collaboration tees cost more than normal to print, as we used a special, 18 station print/flash retro printing machine to make it as authentic as possible, which costs slightly more to create -- plus we want to be able to support the artists who participate in the Artist series.