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Trickster Co. artist selected to design USPS stamp!

Sealaska Heritage Institute Press Relase: TLINGIT ARTIST CHOSEN TO CREATE STAMP FOR U.S. POSTAL SERVICE SHI helping to plan release ceremony in 2021Nov. 19, 2020 (About the Stamp) (About the Artist) The U.S. Postal Service has tapped a Tlingit artist based in Juneau to create a Northwest Coast art stamp for distribution in 2021. The design of the stamp, titled “Raven Story” by Rico Lanáat’ Worl, was unveiled this week by the Postal Service as part of its Forever Stamps series. The Postal Service had planned to unveil the stamp with Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI) at Celebration 2020, but the event was...

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Core Values behind Trickster Company

Core Values behind Trickster Company

I had the honor of being the featured artist of Tidal Echoes 2017. I was asked to present at the launch so wrote a presentation describing the core values which have guided me as a creative (and have acted as core values for us at Trickster Company). I more recently did a super-abbreviated remix of it at Santa Fe Art Institute, here is that video:   SFAI140 - March 2018 - Rico Lanaat Worl from Santa Fe Art Institute on Vimeo.  I got cut a bit short on time, but here is the full text of that presentation I gave at...

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The Culture Trip

Thank you The Culture Trip for including Trickster company in their "Juneau's Best Boutiques & Design Shops" article! Check it out here.  

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Free Download: Spirit Face Wallpaper

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Free Download: Spirit Face Wallpaper

  We've made some Spirit Face wallpapers for your digital devices! Free download links below!   IMAGE LINKS HERE:                -Ipad, Ipad Mini, or other Tablets 1536x2048 DARK LIGHT -Common Phone Size 320x480 DARK LIGHT -Iphone 6  750x1334 DARK LIGHT -Iphone6+, HTC One 1080x1920 DARK LIGHT -Samsung S6 edge, Samsung Galaxy,LG G4 1440x2560 DARK LIGHT                                              

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The Story of Gunakadéit

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The Story of Gunakadéit

We recently got some  rad snap back caps in, since this design has a longer cultural story we wanted to share it. Check it out: Gunakadeit is both human and a creature of the sea.    The Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshians believe that humans and animals are interrelated.  Humans can transform into animals and animals likewise into humans.   Long, long ago, young man was disdained by his mother-in-law as lazy. She criticized him for sleeping while others were working.     One day as he was walking along the shore, he saw a monstrous being arise from the sea.  He devised...

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