This is a diagram of the equipment used in the 18th and 19th century trepanation process, including several gauges of bores and a usage illustration. This is a public domain image taken from the book From Skulls to Brains: 2500 Years of Neurosurgical Progress, published in 2008 by The American Association of Neurological Surgeons. Print area is approximately 16″x12″.
Printed on black ‘Canvas’ brand cotton jersey t-shirt for excellent fit and quality. The color is an eggshell white, printed with discharge ink, a special ink that permeates the fiber of the t-shirt. Unlike most inks such as plastisol or water base that simply rest on top of the fiber and are prone to flaking off or leaving heavy deposits, discharge effects and bonds with the very material of the garment. Also available in:
• white plastisol on black shirt
• black waterbase in on grey shirt
• red plastisol on black shirt