72 Piece Tin - Spirit of the Mooz By Patrick Hunter


Patrick Hunter

Cultural Background: Ojibway

Patrick Hunter is a 2 Spirit Ojibway artist, graphic designer, and entrepreneur from Red Lake, Ontario. In 2011, he made the move to Toronto to pursue a career in the arts after completing the graphic design program at Sault College in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.

Working part-time and contract to contract made it clear to Patrick that a major career decision would would need to be taken. Knowing that his cultural background was an asset to his success, in 2014 he launched Patrick Hunter Art & Design. Specializing in fine and digital artwork and designs from his Ojibway roots with the intent to create a broader awareness of Indigenous culture and iconography.

He is best known for his paintings in the Woodland art style, but is also making a name for himself in the corporate world through artistic and graphic collaborations with RBC and BMO Banks, Ernst & Young, West Elm, Staples Promotional Products. eBay Canada, CTV and Global Affairs Canada to name a few.

Patrick’s dream to create a positive future for his people has led him to become the first Artist in Residence for the Prince’s Trust Canada, a Royal charity in which aides in the reclamation of Indigenous languages in Canada. He currently resides in Toronto

AUTHENTIC INDIGENOUS PRODUCT. Artist's cultural background: Ojibway. Puzzles are a finished size of 21x28.5cm (8.3x11.2in) and have 72 pieces. The artists name, tribal affiliation, and title of the design appear on the front of the tin box (4.9x3.7x2in). Designed in Canada