These Lithuania Olympic basketball team T-Shirts became part of sports history, and sought after collectible from the Olympics. These are the Original Lithuania basketball T-shirts unveiled on the podium in 1992, available again. released and authorized by sports artist Greg Speirs, their original source.
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"The Original" Lithuania Olympic Tie Dye basketball T-Shirt story facts: The Original Lithuanian basketball T-Shirt design was actually created independently by New York sports artist Greg Speirs. The Original Lithuania basketball tie dyed t-shirts first appeared in the 1992 Barcelona summer Olympics and featured Speirs' original Lithuanian slam-dunking skeleton design "Skullman ™ " .
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The item “1996 Lithuania Olympic Basketball Tie Dye Shirt Sz. XL Grateful Dead RARE” is in sale since Thursday, August 12, 2021. This item is in the category “Clothing, Shoes & Accessories\Men\Men’s Clothing\Shirts\T-Shirts”. The seller is “5.0-r.u.experienced” and is located in Santa Rosa, California.
A shirt featuring the dunking skeleton, nicknamed 'Skully,' designed as a Grateful-Dead-appropriate mascot for the Lithuanian team. Source: buinesswire.com. When Lithuania's men's basketball team played at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, they did so with help from the Grateful Dead. The relationship with the long-running rock group was evident from the tie-dyed t-shirts team members wore when they weren't on the court, featuring the image of a slam-dunking skeleton.
The Grateful Dead really did sponsor Lithuania’s men’s basketball team, and they did provide the team with tie-dyed shirts bearing the country’s national colors (yellow, green, and red), and ...