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Rectangular pastel drawing of two men engaged in the mouth pull game. The men are in the foreground, along the bottom edge of the paper. Both are coloured a light pink, have black hair and their eyes are closed. The man on the left side has short hair and the man on the right has long hair. Both are visible from the shoulders up and their shoulders are bare. The man on the right is facing the right side of the paper and the man on the left is facing the left side. The man on the right has his right arm wrapped around the shoulders of the man on the left, with one finger in his mouth. The man on the left is doing the same with his left arm and has a finger in the man on the right side's mouth. Above, and behind, the men is an upside down black-outlined semi-circle. The interior of it is coloured in light yellow and dark orange. Above the semi-circle is a black and white inukshuk with shades of dark brown. The background around the inukshuk is light blue and fades to a grey-blue. Above the inukshuk there are two harpoons with yellow blades and dark brown handles. The harpoons face inwards towards a dark brown, oval-shaped tool. The tool has a hole in the centre and two holes on the top and bottom with white strings(?) coming out of them. In the bottom centre of the print, in the space between the two men, the artist signature is written in pencil.


Displayed at the 2010 Winter Olympics.

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