This Shark Attack nautical t-shirt features the artwork of Jerry LoFaro. This aquatic t-shirt shows a large shark swimming through a realistic looking shark jaw teeth, and other sharks hovering in the background. This shark t-shirt is printed on a dark blue tye-dye t-shirt.
This fantasy t-shirt is made of top quality, pre-washed, pre-shrunk 100% Cotton. It is hand-dyed and printed in New Hampshire, USA. The unique printing system used on these t-shirts produces an amazingly detailed and durable image with an incredibly soft feel.
This manufacturer uses only environmentally friendly dyes, insuring all of their manufacturing processes fully protect the earth, air and water. Their manufacturing process is also Oekotex 100 certified (the highest qualification worldwide). This guarantees these shirts are free of chemicals harmful to your body or the environment.
This earth-friendly t-shirt is available in Adult sizes Medium to 3XL and Children's sizes Small to XL. Use the dropdown menu below to select the size you want.
This t-shirt can be shipped internationally.
Jerry LoFaro’s art can be seen on the book covers of most major publishers
including Random House, Harcourt, Ballentine, Avon, Bantam, Time Life, and
Jerry has also created advertising and promotional illustrations
for a wide variety of clients such as: Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Barcardi, Conoco, Aflac,
Levi’s, Disney, Claritin, National Georgraphic, Discovery Channel, Time Magazine,
Nike, Panasonic, Air Canada, Minolta, San Francisco Ballet, Haagen-Daz, Trojan,
Kellogg’s, IBM, AT&T, Jacksonville Jaguars and The MGM Grand Hotel. He is
especially enjoying his relationship with Celestial Seasonings, and has created
art for over 50 tea boxes, products and tins during the last few years.
Articles about his art and career have appeared in The New
York Times, Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, Manchester Union Leader, Concord
Monitor, The New Yorker, New Hampshire Magazine, Advanced Photoshop Magazine
and in Airbrush Action Magazine, where he is a regular contributor.
In 2008, Jerry created a piece of art on his computer in front of a film crew for
a DVD tutorial on his working process in Photoshop. Garnering rave reviews,
"Creating Arctic Kiss
is now available.
Not produced by or the product of a particular Indian or indian tribe as defined by 26 USA - 605 et Seq