Haunting Portrait on Melting Ice in Canadian Arctic

Sean Yoro (Hula) is a self-taught portrait artist who has diligently been sharing his dynamic portrait work for the past year. Check out his pieces where he shows his paintings typically done in hard-to-reach locations where he even had to paddle all the way there.


You can watch his newest film of What if You Fly, The North Face and Camp4Collective production, where you will see Yoro’s inside world as he starts his biggest challenge as to paint all the way to the Canadian Arctic.


It’s most likely that his only motivation is to work outdoors where he can interact with the nature. Renan Ozturk and Taylor Rees share his journey to get the perfect piece of ice to use as a canvas before it is melting as its natural end.


Actually, this Canadian Arctic is way too different from Yoro’s hometown of Oahu. However, he can still have good bonds with the Canadian Inuit. This native North American tribe has a population of over 50,000 in Canada. But the sad thing is that they still have to face a wide array of issues from suicide to constituent abuse.