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Illustration graduate lends talent to children’s stories set in the North

Illustration graduate lends talent to children’s stories set in the North

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Amiel Sandland can draw animals from the Canadian Arctic as told in Inuit stories, but don’t ask the Seneca Illustration graduate what it’s like to be in Canada’s northern territories.

“I’ve not been there yet,” he said. “I’ve only experienced the visuals through photos — the plants and insects, available food and the different kinds of sleds they have there.”

Mr. Sandland is an illustrator for Inhabit Media, the first Inuit-owned, independent publishing company in the Canadian Arctic, based in Iqaluit, Nunavut. He has been working out of the company’s Toronto office since 2015 and has illustrated more than 100 projects, many of them storybooks for children and science books about animals.

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