Clothing brand Weird Fish is re-launching a classic artist T-shirt, its Six Oceans design, ahead of the Six Nations Tournament which kicks off in February.

The limited edition Six Oceans T-shirt features six fish from the different nations competing in the popular championship, all in a typically Weird Fish way. The T-shirt will be available in national stores and online from Friday January 20, ahead of the rugby tournament which starts on Saturday February 4. The item comes in three patriotic colours – red, white and blue, available for £20.

Weird Fish has come a long way since creating its first T-shirt back in 1993, now offering a variety of colour-pop graphic T-shirts designed by a team of artists which include Richard Skipworth, Mike Robinson, Tim Harries and Lewis Boughen. The brand is renowned for its individual T-shirt catalogue with its unique sense of humour.

Born from a love of the great outdoors, Weird Fish offers well-made, easy-going clothes that evoke that ‘forever weekend’ feeling.

John Stockton, managing director at Weird Fish, said: “Weird Fish is proud to re-launch this classic T-shirt, which went down really well with rugby fans last year. It was also really popular with our dedicated Weird Fish T-shirt collectors.”

The Six Oceans T-shirt is available to buy nationally from Weird Fish retail stores and online from  from Friday January 20. There are 13 branded Weird Fish stores.