Skin & Bone Sunwheel | Organic Hoodie

  • £35.00
Size
Design

The suncross is one of the most ancient symbols of humankind, having been found on all continents in distinct yet similar interpretations. 

Colin Dale of Skin & Bone Tattoo naturally turned to this imagery for his personal sigil, as he comes from a broad spectrum of cultural tattoo and artistic experiences. This logo, paired with his legendary reputation as a traditional tattooist (and pioneering Nordic artist of the current age) reminds us that his work strengthens the tether between ancient iconography and its relevance in our modern era.

This hoodie features a larger suncross on the front, and a small at the nape of the neck on the back.

   

Material & Make

Our hoodies are made with ethically sourced material and are hand printed by Northern Fire artists at our workshop in North Wales. This hoodie is 80% organic cotton and 20% recycled polyester.

We choose to use inks that are water based and locally sourced to minimise the negative impact of the textile industry on the environment.

Fabric Weight: 
320 gsm (this is what would be considered a medium or standard weight hoody material)


Additional Features:
-Soft cotton faced fabric
-Brushed back fleece
-Drop shoulder style
-Double fabric hood with drawcord
-Metal eyelets and drawcord tips
-Front pouch pocket
-Ribbed cuffs and hem
-Secure twin needle stitching
-Tear out label

    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 is an artist of legendary reputation; his work with Neo-Nordic and indigenous tattoo communities has inspired artists globally, and his tattoos continue to be honoured as some of the most original and profound pieces in the field. Rooted in respect for traditional methods, Colin’s technique honours ancient practices from Europe and beyond. With wisdom collected from tattoo masters in Borneo, Tahiti, and Samoa, Colin’s personal history with Inuit and First Nations people of North America has allowed him to utilise techniques that were sometimes hidden or lost for centuries. Clients travel globally to have their skin marked by Colin in his studio, Skin & Bone Tattoo in Copenhagen, Denmark, and we are honoured to share his designs on clothing, enamel pins, and prints through Northern Fire.

    Find more of Colin's art within his Northern Fire Artist Collection.

            

    Size & Dimensions
    UK/EU Size
     Chest Dimensions
    Small
    35" / 89 cm
    Medium
    39" / 99 cm
    Large
    43" / 109 cm
    XL

    47" / 119 cm

    2L 51" / 130 cm
    3XL 55" / 140 cm

    Size Tolerance +/- 2cm 

    Please check the dimensions are correct for you as sizes differ between regions.