I have just relaunched @thomas.koidhis and i's completed art print shop at karljohnston.com (I'm also getting a domain for him to point there soon)
A collection of all of our work of the southern #arctic and life growing up photographing the #northof60 border town of #fortsmithnwt is available for viewing.
Over the coming weeks I will be adding more prints and stories of our featured work. Together, Thomas and I have been exhibited around the world in 5 continents and awarded in 4.
This past 10 years of our photography was highly influenced by each other, as such- we present ourselves and our photo and written work of the #southslaveregion as a duality.
These fish bags would have been used as containers for water. 📍Nattinak Visitor’s Centre; Pond Inlet, Nunavut.
*see previous post for more info.
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📍Nattinak Visitor’s Centre; Pond Inlet, Nunavut.
Fun fact: nattinak is a low and long iceberg with a flat top. The Pond Inlet Visitor’s Centre (also the library) is in the shape of this type of iceberg.
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Fun fact: Inuit used bearded seal intestines to make windows for Igloos.
📍Pond Inlet, Nunavut.