New old stock T-shirts by Oneita, still in their old packaging.
Featuring different Native American Chiefs. Artwork by Ken West, dated late 80's and early 90's.
Three colors and multiple sizes available.
White, Natural (off-white unbleached cotton), and flecked white (with grey/black stripes woven into the cotton).
All made in USA, except for the following styles (USA Fabric, sewn in Jamaica):
- Chief Crazy Horse - White - M
- Geronimo - White -M
ABOUT THE ARTIST
The settling of America's west is part of the heritage of portrait artist Ken West. West was born and raised in the small mining town of Mackay, located in the mountainous area of South Central Idaho. Ranchers, freighters, and adventurers were part of his family heritage. West's earliest inspiration was an extensive collection of Charlie Russell prints which covered the walls of his parents restaurant in Mackay. West worked in several media before finding his niche creating graphite portraits of historical figures from Americas past, especially those of the American Indian. When in southern Idaho, don't pass up on the oppurtunity to see the original collection of these beautiful drawings owned by the South Custer Historical Society and displayed in the museum at Mackay.
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