Unlined Notebook by Ryan Cranmer, Kwakwaka'wakw
Totem Poles are statements about group membership and the identity of those who erected them. The word ‘totem’ refers to a symbolic relationship existing between the natural phenomena (typically animals) and humans. Conceptually, differences existing in nature are used to represent differences among various kinship groups. The beings represented on poles are from mythical times who were encountered by the ancestors of the group that later took them as crests.
Dimensions: 4" x 5.75"
Pages: 60 pages
Each Unlined Notebook features information on the artist on the back of the notebook and has unlined paper on the inside.