Custom Size & Color - "Standing Rock Inuksuk" - Haida, Tlingit Inuksuk Art Print, Native American Art. Support NoDAPL, Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.

Custom Size & Color - "Standing Rock Inuksuk" - Haida, Tlingit Inuksuk Art Print, Native American Art. Support NoDAPL, Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.

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The Inuksuk (Inukshuk) is a cairn built by stacking rocks, often in the shape of a standing person.  These cairns were built by the Inuit and other peoples of the Arctic regions.  The Inuksuk were often placed as landmarks and guideposts. This symbol seemed to be a very fitting image for the Standing Rock protest.  Done in the Haida / Tlingit style that I love so much, I placed it on a background circle painted with India ink to represent "water is life".

The situation surrounding the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in North Dakota, has been a travesty and an inspiration.  I am thrilled to see the support Standing Rock has received, not only from other Native Americans, and not only local people, but from people around the world. The situation however, has escalated past what I would have thought possible.  The greed, the disrespect, the dismissal of the Native rights has infuriated me, along with the world. As an artist, this is the only way I could think of to directly help in the #NoDAPL fight. 

All proceeds (after expenses) from the sale of this design, will be donated directly to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe via their official donation page on their website at

These Native American & First Nations (American Indian) art prints make exceptional gifts for any art lover, and for many occasions, including Christmas, Birthday, New Home, Wedding, and more! Bring a piece of Pacific Northwest Coastal art into your home as unique wall décor, or give as a unique, spiritual, and meaningful gift. The style is based on the Haida and Tlingit tribal art style from the Canadian Pacific Coast. Uniquely spiritual, these depictions of totem and spirit animals of Native American & First Nations peoples, represent the beliefs of the indigenous people of North America.

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Available in:

  • » Colors: Red with Blue Background only
  • » Sizes: 11x14, 12x18, 16x20, 20x24, 24x30
  • » Paper: Poster, Archival Matte Fine Art, Premium Giclee Fine Art

**Note: Matted Prints are shown for display purposes only. These prints do not include mattes.

In order for this custom art print to perfectly fit in with your decor, you can choose the print size and type. All paper is acid free to ensure the longevity of your art print.

Fine art prints are shipped without a mat. For a matching double mat, please view my Custom Matte listing.

» Poster: 8mil, 100gsm, Epson Ultrachrome GSX Inks - Our poster paper has a satin or semi-gloss finish you would expect in a poster print. This allows for vivid color and contrast. Not Archival.

» Archival Matte Paper: 9.5mil/230gsm, Canon Lucia Inks - Acid Free, features a smooth surface, heavy weight, neutral white, matte paper engineered for accurate color reproduction that provides high contrast and high resolution output

» Premium Giclee Paper: 21mil/310gsm, Canon Lucia Inks - Acid Free, thick (19-mil) heavy weight (310g) paper with the luxurious style of traditional artists' papers. It has a natural-white, matte finish with a textured watercolor feel.

» Artisan Canvas by Fredrix: The top brand in canvas, 3/4 inch thick gallery wrap, printed with archival grade Epson Ultrachrome GSX inks.


All artwork is under copyright protection by Merlee Bos/Merlee's Moods. All Rights Reserved. No unauthorized duplication, replication, distribution.

If you have something special in mind that does not appear in my listings, please contact me!

To ensure the longevity of your custom art print, make sure to frame with glass covering the artwork, and hang out of direct sunlight.

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