This print was designed by Iva Cooney of Moose Pass by the technique of gaijin gyotaku. Gaijin gyotaku is a traditional Japanese ink-printing method used by fisherman to document their catch. The striking likeness is captured by painting the fish and then lifting its image onto rice paper. For this print, the same technique was used to capture an actual, life-size paw print of an Alaskan Brown Bear from Kodiak, Alaska. Size 32"x22".