Secret Glow In The Dark Splatter 1988 Gecko Blends

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The SECRET GLOW-IN-THE-DARK Hand-Splattered "Gecko Blends" Long Sleeve tee, with one-time only printing ink-colorway!


Featuring our iconic 1988 "Gecko Blends" design, with a unique glow-in-the-dark puff ink, and design colorway!


  • A secret, one-time printed tee! Get it now, or never get it again!
  • Green Glow-In-The-Dark Retro Puffed Ink!
  • Original 1980's, green, glow-in-the-dark, 2X puffed, retro front pocket logo!
  • Long Sleeve!
  • Glow in the dark Splatter paint!
  • Blacklight reactive!
  • 100% cotton
  • Individually Hand Splattered - Each tee has its own unique look.
  • White, Neon Green, Neon Blue & Neon Pink Splatter
  • Uses some original paint from the original Gecko Splatter era for authentic 80s/90s texture look and feel
  • Printed in the USA at Gecko HQ on a Limited Edition Gecko beach t-shirt!

SIZING -- similar to our 100% cotton Gecko Beach Tees. Use the "Gecko Beach Tee" sizing on the size chart for the most accuracy! 

A one time only tee! 

Gecko Hawaii teamed up with one of long time artists to bring back one of the most popular requests since our relaunch!

We worked with Dennis back in the late 80s & 90s — and he created hundreds of thousands of Gecko Hawaii Splatter tees. Since then, Dennis has worked with every brand in the book, from brands like OP and Bugle Boy in the 80’s to Supreme today. 

The Look, The Feel, The History of Gecko's Splatter:

Our neon green, pink, white, blue and black splatter was different than other contemporary’s at the time because although we used neon —  it was much more subtle — using super small — yet evenly dispersed paint specks all over the shirt. At the time (and still today), most splatter shirts consisted of either one color, multi-color with huge streaks and splashes. That can look cool, but it can also be hard to pull off and can look too busy. We wanted to release something that had a “pop” and was rad — but was strong and subtle. By using the “speckle/splash” technique,  it gave the shirt a look as though it was almost part of the fabric itself.

If you still happen to own of the early splatter shirts, you’d notice that the paint had a lot more texture to it. As time went on, with larger mass production, the addition of graphics, and new types of paint — the splatter was flattened in the “flashing” process. However, our goal for the first Splatter shirts, hoodie, jogger re-release was to re-create that first ever splatter shirt we made. It is fully equipped with the original texturized splatter from the late 80’s early 90’s (check out the video, we even used some of the VERY SAME paint from back then!). with a simple pocket logo. This required us to splatter by hand — not by graphic design or digital printer.You can feel the quality and it is AWESOME. As far as we know, there is nothing else out there like it today.