Protest Tipi, Standing Rock // Collector's LE Print
Hanging the American flag upside-down is a sign of distress and a common protest symbol used by the Lakota over decades of colonization. This tipi, emerging from the first snows of Dakota winter, was one of thousands at the Dakota pipeline protest at Standing Rock, a sign of endurance and strength through extreme conditions. I found this level of resilience to be everywhere at Oceti Sakowin camp, an Indigenous movement of incredible power that brought me to tears.
All my collector’s edition limited prints are carefully profiled for fantastically accurate and consistent reproductions using giclée printing techniques.
- This print is offered in a limited edition of 8 (Medium), or 4 (Large)
- *Please note the Live Preview shows size Medium
- Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity including edition information
- Numbered and hand-signed by Kiliii Yuyan
- Printed on Hahnemuhle German Etching with a textured finish, the velvety matte surface has a warm white hue providing a perfect surface for archival fine art photography.
- FSC approved, sustainably sourced paper
- Printed using archival pigment ink