Sunday, February 25, 2007





I've always loved Ojibwe art, especially by Anishinaabe artist, Norval Morriseau and the Woodland School of Native Art. These drawings borrow a great amount of their iconography and design. All respect intended.

7 comments:

Heid E. Erdrich said...

Hey, these are cool. Can I print some for kids to use at an art opening that includes Ojibwe art? We are non-profit, I'd give you credit.

Ojibway Migisi Bineshii said...
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Ojibway Migisi Bineshii said...

I stumbled upon these and I amazed! The one on the bottom is my favorite!

Slade said...

Mind if I get the bottom one tattooed on my left arm?

Ben Hodson said...

I'm glad these drawings are so popular! I do feel a bit hestitant
about borrowing from other cultures, but I do try to be respectful.
I'm not sure about them being displayed as Ojibwe art, as I am not Ojibwe and I think there are many amazing Ojibwe artists out there who deserve to be recognised.
I'm also honoured when someone wants to get a tattoo of one of my drawings. Go for it!

Spirit Walker said...

I posted article about you on the NORVAL MORRISSEAU BLOG at http://norvalmorrisseau.blogspot.com/

I hope you do not have objections.

Thanks and continue creating great art.

Spirit Walker

TheLevings625 said...

I would love to use your eagle design on a set of wooden coasters I am making and possibly a tattoo.