Skin & Bone Odin T-Shirt

  • £22.00

Odin, All Father, Grímnir, the masked one… The father of the Norse gods is known by many names and similarly, he has been depicted in many different ways by artists inspired by the mythology.

As we all know, Odin, sacrificed one of his eyes in exchange for wisdom and Colin Dale of Skin & Bone Tattoo has chosen to focus on that aspect of his story for this T-Shirt design. 

We have chosen to share this artwork on a white T-Shirt to highlight the dot work shading which really brings the character to life.


Material & Make

This t-shirt is printed in the UK on ethically sourced 100% organic cotton. The design is rendered in the highest quality of detail for sharpness and longevity of wear.

For more information about our commitment to sustainability, you can keep up to date with what we are doing within the collective on our environmental page.


About The Artist

Colin Dale of Skin & Bone is one of the legends of modern Nordic tattooing. He first began as an apprentice in 1991 at Kunsten pa Kroppen (now run by Kai Uwe Faust). After several years of learning the basic skills of hand and machine tattooing Colin began travelling again to destinations as far away as French Polynesia... exchanging and discussing techniques with tattoo masters from Borneo, Samoa and Tahiti. Colin's research has helped to reintroduce the lost tattooing techniques of the Nordic, Native American and Inuit cultures. His work has been illustrated in various books, magazines and documentary programs. It is an honour to have him on board and we are excited to share some of his art with you here


Size & Dimensions

This Gildan T-Shirt is designed to fit so if you prefer a looser fitting T-Shirt, we would recommend considering the next size up.

UK/EU Size
US Size Chest Dimensions
Small XS
35" / 89 cm
Medium Small
38" / 97 cm
Large Medium
43" / 109 cm
XL Large
50" / 119 cm
XXL XL 51" / 130 cm


In the picture, Ash is wearing a medium. Please check the dimensions are correct for you as sizes differ between regions.