Tag Archives: caribou

Stone people and animals

Alongside the personal stories I’ve found in the Inuit collection at the museum was information on hunting techniques used by Inuit people. One intriguing to me was the use of a pile of rocks – or ‘Inukshuks’. Built by men … Continue reading

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An Inuit diet is not for me, but maybe Heston has the right idea!

Whilst developing compositions for my final illustrations, I’m still reading up on the way of life in Inuit communities. One of the things I find most enjoyable to do with friends and family is to cook and eat. However somehow, … Continue reading

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A museum trip to London with exhibition plans ahead

After the second visit to Nuneaton, I’ve been gathering my ideas and discussing how I can turn my illustrations into interactives with Matt, the museum’s Outreach Officer – and also working out the layout of the exhibition with Jen, the … Continue reading

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Understanding Inuit Animals

As an Illustrator, when I want to learn about something, I understand more if I try to draw it and look at the visual sense of what it is or how it works. For example, here’s a quick sketch related … Continue reading

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