Sharing Our World
Sharing Our World
Learn about the significance of animals from the Northwest Coast from Coast Salish artists. Featuring the work of 13 contributing Indigenous artists. Soy based ink and water based protective coating. Made from paper sourced from sustainable forests. 28 pages; measures 8.5 in x 8.5 in
- Artwork by Various Indigenous Artists
- Featuring the work of 13 contributing artists
- Soy based ink and water based protective coating
- Made from paper sourced from sustainable forests
- 28 pages; measures 8.5" x 8.5"
- Hard Cover
Contributing Artists Ian Reid, Ryan Cranmer, Doug LaFortune, John Nelson, Francis Horne Sr., Paul Windsor, Corey Bullpit, T.J. Sgwaayaans Young, Terry Starr, Ben Houstie, Eugene Isaac, Corey W. Moraes, Rose Elsie John
About Native Northwest:
Native Northwest’s story began over 38 years ago with a social worker, a rack of postcards, and the vision of building everyday connection to Indigenous cultures.
The values behind our brand originate with the founding reason for the company: Native arts and cultures, designed by Indigenous artists, built on a foundation of respect and authenticity. We tie authentic designs to bold, new concepts where artists can tell the stories of their communities and cultures through their distinct designs.
Native Northwest products are guided by the following principles:
- 100% of the art featured on Native Northwest products is designed by Indigenous artists
- All artists have provided consent and contractual permission for their art to be featured on Native Northwest products
- Artist names are acknowledged on all product packaging
- Cultural traditions are honoured by acknowledging cultural affiliation on product packaging
- Artists are paid in fees and royalties
Each of our exchanges, from the sourcing and compensation of Indigenous artists, to our staff and merchants, are part of a lifelong relationship between Indigenous cultures and the communities we pledge to honour and respect.
Native Northwest operates on Musqueam, Coast Salish territory in Vancouver, British Columbia.