Limited Edition Print Sale to support #Sapmi and #Art

“When the reindeer thrive, we thrive”

280,00 EUR
Edition of 15
Inkjet print on Hahnemühle Natural Line Hemp 290 gsm
20 x 30 cm / 7.87 x 11.81 in
Signed, numbered & titled on reverse
Certificate of authenticity
Sleeved and in archival box 
Shipped worldwide

30% of the proceeds will go to charity.
Buy you print here.

Since November 2020, a dispute has flared up in North-Sweden between the Sami community of Luokta Mavas and the largest, state-owned forest owner, Sveaskog.
29 Sami communities have launched a campaign together with the internationally known Sami singer and activist, Sofia Jannok to stop the clear-cutting of reindeer winter pastures.
Initial successes have been achieved and the planned clear-cutting of approximately 700 hectares of boreal old-growth forest has been stopped. Unfortunately Sveaskog will move to the next forest to continue this climate-damaging practice, as has been done since 60 years. Already 71% of the lichen-rich forests have been lost in Sweden.


Over the past four years, I have documented the global rediscovery of industrial hemp around the world. In total, I have photographed more than 200 projects, interviewed more than 80 industry experts, and traveled to a total of 26 countries. Currently, I am working on completing my book, which shows how hemp is used to mitigate the climate crisis, but also chronicles my personal journey of awakening to this crisis.
Among the ecological solutions that hemp offers in mitigating the climate crisis, is the raw material for paper production. This can protect forests as Luokta Mavas, which are necessary as carbon sink and important ecosystems for the protection of species and the survival of Indigenous cultures. 


30% of the proceeds will go to the NGO Arvas Foundation of Sofia Jannok to support the continuation of the fight against clearcutting of old growth boreal forests.

“The Queen Drottningen”

280,00 EUR
Edition of 15
Inkjet print on Hahnemühle Natural Line Hemp 290 gsm
20 x 30 cm / 7.87 x 11.81 in
Signed, numbered & titled on reverse
Certificate of authenticity
Sleeved and in archival box 
Shipped worldwide

30% of the proceeds will go to charity.
Buy you print here.
This beautiful old pine tree called “Drottningen” (the Queen), is about 650 years old. During her long lifetime, this old growth boreal tree captures more carbon than her fast growing cousins from the Amazon.
Sadly enough forests like this one in Fänstjärnsskogens naturreservat have grown very rare in Sweden.
71% of the valuable old forests has been clear cut by the forest industries, replacing them with fast growing tree plantations, that often contain species that are not even local to Sweden.

30% of the proceeds are going to @SofiaJannok and her NGO Arvas Foundation to continue the fight against clear cutting ancestral lands!
Charity Printsale Luokta Mavas

“As One We Stand”

280,00 EUR
Edition of 15
Inkjet print on Hahnemühle Natural Line Hemp 290 gsm
20 x 30 cm / 7.87 x 11.81 in
Signed, numbered & titled on reverse
Certificate of authenticity
Sleeved and in archival box 
Shipped worldwide

30% of the proceeds will go to charity.
Buy you print here.

Sami Singer and activist Sofia Jannok sings in a song:
This is my land, this is my country and if I’d be the queen you’d see
That I’d take everyone by hand and sing it so it’s out there
That we’ll paint this land blue, yellow, red and green
If you say that this girl’s not welcome in this country, if she must leave because her face is brown
Well, then I’d say you go first ’cause frankly this is my land and here we live in peace, I’ll teach you how
This is my pride, this is my freedom, this is the air that I breathe and you’ll find no kings, no queens, here everybody’s equal – men, women and all who are in between
This is my home, this is my heaven, this is the earth where I belong and if you want to ruin it all with big wounds in the mountains then you’re not worthy of listening to this song
This is my land, this is my country, these lakes, rivers, hills and woods If you open up your eyes you’ll find someone is lying
I’ve always been here, welcome to my hoods
Nåå Nåå/ slut
Sápmi!!!!


Each one of these old pine trees is about 650 years old. They have been there before we came and despite our aggressive and respect less way of treating nature, they still provide us with love, calm and oxygen. Let’s protect what is protecting humanity in us! 

30% of the proceeds are going to @SofiaJannok and her NGO Arvas Foundation to continue the fight against clear cutting ancestral lands!

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