These T-Shirt designs are a partnership between O'Neill and Gyotaku artist Jero Revett.

Gyotaku is a traditional Japanese method of printing fish dating back to the mid-1800s. This form of nature printing was used by fishermen to record their catches, but has also become an art form of its own. Jero makes Gyotaku artworks from the fish he catches, using the ink from the Octupus, Chokka & Cuttlefish.

O’Neill has partnered with Jero Revett (@wildwandereradventure) to product a unique line of T-Shirt prints featuring Gyotaku artwork that are available in stores this summer. If you purchase one of these tees, you stand the chance to win one of two awesome prizes:

To enter, take a photo of yourself wearing your O’Neill  X Wildwanderer tee shirt in an outdoor or adventure inspired environment. Post the pic on Instagram and tag @wildwandereradventure and @oneillzaf

Winners will be announced on Friday 14 January 2022 

Prize 1:
An original, framed Gyotaku artwork for the winning Instagram post. Winner gets the framed artwork as per the print they are wearing in their featured pic. Prize value R12 500.

Prize 2:
A Wildwanderer seafood forage, Gyotaku, culinary experience, plus an O’Neill Mutant Legend Wetsuit. The winner will also get to dive, forage for urchins, mussels and octopus, make a Gyotaku artwork from the days catch, prepare and eat. Prize value R12 500