One-of-a-Kind Drawings have special artistic value: The art of drawing is the life-blood of the Cape Dorset prints program, as the images that are transformed into prints are selected from drawings which the artists regularly produce. The subjects of their drawings are motivated by universal as well as by everyday issues. In the selection of drawings below, the artists express personal, intimate and autobiographical viewpoints on life, wielding a Pentel pen, colored crayons, and occasionally graphite. The first twenty-three drawings are by the great Kananginak Pootoogook. Drawings in the next section are by contemporary artists, Kavavaow Mannommee, Shuvinai Ashoona, Itee Pootoogook, Tim Pitsiulak, Jutai Toonoo and Ningeokuluk Teevee. The last group of offerings was created by the artists working during the early days of modern Inuit art (see Pitseolak Ashoona), Lucy, Pitaloosie, Jamasie, Soroseelutu, Kingmeata, Pudlo, Pitseolak, Napachie, Eliyakota, Kenojuak, Sharni Pootoogook and Mary Pudlat.