The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) asked us at Seawolf to do an exhibition on skin-on-frame boats, both kayaks and umiaks. It turned out to be an amazing weekend around Christmas in the featured hall, as we occupied some 2000 square feet with kayaks and had about 3000 people stop by to check […]
Press & Media
In 2006 and 2007, Kiliii Yu of Seawolf and Brian Schulz from Cape Falcon began a unique project– The construction of a driftwood-framed kayak with hide covering. We finished it and skinned it traditional Greenland-style. The kayak Anqeti made the front cover of the November 2008 Bulletin of Primitive Technology. The article is reprinted below.