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- 333Campbell, Sandy
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This inukshuk stands beside the Scott Polar Research Institute side entrance at Madingly Road, Cambridge, UK. It originated in Kinngait (Cape Dorset), Qikiqtaaluk (Baffin Island), Nunavut in 1964 and it was commissioned by Charles Gimpel, who donated it to the Museum. It comprises approximately...
The Överhogdal Weaves are a collection of 5 ancient Scandinavian weavings, which have been dated to between 800 and 1100 AD. They were discovered in 1910 in a church in Jamtland, Sweden and are held at Jamtli, the regional museum in Ostersund, Sweden. The images have been interpreted in...
In a large apartment development, some of the green space has been converted to alottments, where people grow vegetables and flowers. In this image there are potatoes, chives, peonies and rhubarb. The netted structures covered strawberries.
Strings of lime green umbrellas with white swans criss-cross the street in front of the Arctic Lights Hotel in Rovaniemi, Finland, celebrating the 2018 Arctic Art and Summer Design event.
Sign for Badhusparken or Bath House Park, a beach park in central Sweden. A trail loops through the wooded area behind the beach. Along the trail there are numerous folk-art installations created by local residents. Most are visual jokes or have puns embedded in their titles.
This advertisement for vaccin.se, a Swedish website operated by the pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline AB was in the window of a metro train car in Sweden. It alerts riders to the dangers of tick-borne encephalitis and advertises a vaccination against the disease. Tick-borne diseases are...
These three kinds of white potatoes where available at the K Supermarket in Rovaniemi in the summer of 2018. All three were grown in Finland (Suomi). Washed Pirkka Siilki-peruna potatoes were 1.49 Euros/kg. Festive potatoes (Pirkka Juhlaperuna) cost 1.59/kg. Pirkka puikula cost 1.55 Euros/kg.