Inuit Art Sticker Book

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Way up in northern Canada, in the territory of Nunavut, lies the little hamlet of Cape Dorset. The community is home to a race of people known as the Inuit, who have a long tradition of living off the land in the harsh environment of the far north. They fish, hunt land animals such as polar bears, caribou, and muskoxen, and take to the sea—or to the ice in winter—to hunt whales, seals, and walruses. Because the Inuit are dependent on all of these animals for their survival, they have long included images of the creatures in their local arts and crafts. Around 1960, the Inuit of Cape Dorset started a printmaking studio as a way to share their art and culture with people from around the world. Ever since, their beautiful prints have been prized by art and animal lovers worldwide.

•  Soft cover book with staple binding, measures 8˝ x 11 in.
•  8 pages with more than 150 reusable paper stickers (3 each of 50 different designs)
•  WARNING: Choking hazard—small parts. Not suitable for children under 3 years.
    CPSIA compliant.

Saimaiyu Akesuk (b. 1988)
Kenojuak Ashevak (1927–2013)
Kingmeata Etidlooie (1915–1989)
Sheojuk Etidlooie (1929–1999)
Mialia Jaw (1934–2006)
Meelia Kelly (1940–2006)
Qavavau Manumie (b. 1958)
Ohotaq Mikkigak (1936-–2014)
Nikotai Mills (1936–2003)
Kananginak Pootoogook (1935–2010)
Pudlo Pudlat (1916–1992)
Lucy Qinnuayuak (1915–1982)
Eegyvudluk Ragee (1920–1983)
Kakulu Saggiaktok (b. 1940)
Pitaloosie Saila (b. 1942)
Ningeokuluk Teevee (b. 1963)
Papiara Tukiki (b. 1942)