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Liminal

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$16

Polar bears rely on sea ice to feed, and a warming world means that there is always less ice for them to hunt from. Their medium is literally disappearing from underneath their feet. This image imagines a bear wishing that they were a tern, or a jellyfish, something less fixed – something able to hunt in different, more constant worlds.


This Risograph print is a limited edition overprint from the Wellspring portfolio. Printed by Justseeds member Mary Tremonte at OCAD in Toronto.



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