The Magic Poke (1988)



Wood Engraving w/blind embossing

Dale DeArmond

Edition of 100


A traditional seal poke is: 


"The inside of the seal together with the head and all, is cut and taken out through the head part of the sealskin. The skin is then turned, cleaned, and blown up for drying.

This is then used to put the meats, berries, leaves, or other foods for storing in the winter."





Source: www.alaskaweb.org. (n.d.). http://alaskaweb.org/food/sealpoke.html



Original price: $45.00