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Traka Outdoor (by Yarn)

Hammerhead School Navy Cotton Crew Neck Unisex T-Shirt

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Chillax, kick back and throw a line in these new Traka tees from the Robert Levi Signature Tee Collection. Designed by proud Torres Strait Islander Kauraraig man and artist, Robert Levi, these tees are perfect for that chill, surf vibe. This fit is made to endure everyday wear, having the composition of 100% cotton, a ribbed crewneck and double needle hems. Try pairing this unisex regular fit tee with some denim shorts and your fave pair of sandals or white sneakers.

Digitally printed in Brisbane, Australia.

Style: AS Colour regular fit tee
Fabric: 160GSM 100% Cotton.
Washing: Warm machine wash. Do not bleach or wring. Do not tumble dry. Cool iron not on print side. Do not dry clean.
Story: Hammerhead School 
Artist: Robert Levi

“Tricky customer Hammerheads are, because unlike the other sharks they have a better turning mechanism. Tiger sharks for example, have to make a big circle to turn around and reach their prey, whereas the hammerhead is able to turn straight away. They also use that hammer to whack fish, they’ll make them dizzy and then they eat them. 

The artwork is called Hammerhead school because they hunt together in packs. Especially in the deep water, in the shallow water you find them alone, but when they get out on the drop off the schools run in the hundreds.” - Robert Levi

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Robert Levi

Torres Strait Islander Kauraraig Man

Robert’s first memory of being artistic was from grade three when he took some chalk and drew a large Jurassic Park mural, it w... Learn more