Archival Pigment Print
Edition of 30
20 × 30 in (50.8 x 76.2 cm)
Edition of 30
40 × 60 in (101.6 x 152.4 cm)
Edition of 10
60 × 90 in (152.4 × 228.6 cm)
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Walrus tusks are slightly longer and thicker among males, who use them for dominance and display; the strongest males with the largest tusks typically dominate social groups. Tusks are also used to aid the walrus in climbing out of water onto ice. This is the biggest walrus Paul Nicklen has ever seen. The tusks were over three feet long.
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Paul Nicklen (Canadian) is a visual artist and marine biologist who has documented both the beauty and the plight of our planet for over 20 years. Paul’s photography informs and connects by creating an emotional bond with wild subjects in extreme conditions.
After a 20-year career of photographing for journalistic publications like National Geographic, Paul’s perpetuating dream is to revisit his archives for the true artistic gems and release them to the world. His ongoing journey is to continue photographing intimate, evocative, powerful subject matter to create a thought-provoking body of work. Paul hopes his viewers look into the eyes of the animals in his photographs and fall in love with their vulnerability.
In addition to being one of the world’s most renowned nature photographers, Paul is a well-known speaker, TED Talks participant, author, and National Geographic Fellow. In the past two decades, Paul has collaborated with scientists, filmmakers, conservationists, and explorers to create awareness and inspire action for global issues such as climate change.
Paul has garnered more than 30 of the highest awards given to any photographer in his field, earning a global following of celebrities, conservationists, and fans.