They say legends never die - and as far as we know they might be right. Our Mo'i print was inspired by a legend in the music business - the king himself - Elvis Presley. He was drafted into the U.S. Army in 1958 and served until 1960; at a time when his music was blossoming. He was offered a chance to enlist in Special Services to entertain the troops and live in priority housing. But instead, like many things he did, he broke with the status quo and chose to serve as a regular Soldier instead. After being released in 1960 he filmed the American comedy Blue Hawaii - in which he plays a recently discharged U.S. Army veteran who wants nothing more than to relax and enjoy life. The iconic red Hawaiian shirt he wore during that film was the original inspiration for our take on this classic style.