The Last Winter Project X PangeaSeed Foundation




Churchill, Canada
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In collaboration with

Dulk Studio, Pangea Seed Foundation

The increased melting of the Arctic, caused by global warming, threatens the survival of polar bears. Polar bears need ice to walk, hunt and breastfeed their young. If there is no ice, there is no rest, no food, and death begins to persecute them. The melting of the ice sheets forces them to swim for hundreds of miles, which poses a great risk to their cubs.


Released on the last day of winter in 2018 (March 20), “The Last Winter” by Dulk highlights polar bears and their uncertain future in the face of global climate change.

Print details

Fine-art Giclée print on French cold-press watercolor paper
14 x 24 Inches
Hand-deckled edges
Signed & numbered
Edition of 50


This mural painted in Churchill, Manitoba (Canada), the polar bear capital of the world, represents the forced journey of a family of bears and belugas during their last winter on Earth. The cub grabs its treasured iceberg, which helps it to escape from the human impact on Earth.

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