This concert Ukulele takes its design from the traditional ornamentation of the bodies of Hawaii. The designs were monochromatic, tattooed in black against brown skin. The patterns and layout were strongly geometric and there were many shapes and symbols that represent the natural world of the island: stones, waves, fish, sharks, turtles, rain, sun, and birds. This design is based on a Hawaiian turtle (honu), a symbol of longevity and resistance rendered in a Polynesian tattoo style. Fret markers are stylized shark teeth. This uke concert features a clear sound, resonating both by virtue of its concert body and the construction of spruce.