H: 21cm x W: 15cm
Lino Block Print
An inukshuk is a structure made of stones piled on top of each other. Inuksuit, or inukshuks (which means more than one inukshuk) were used for navigation in the frozen north where, in the snow, everything could look the same. They were also used to mark sacred places.
In Inuit tradition, it’s forbidden to destroy an inukshuk. So if you’re lucky enough to see one, leave it standing for the next person. You never know. It may have been there for hundreds of years.
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