In past years, Pitseolak has mined his own stone from a serpentine quarry near Kinngait with fellow artists Nuna Parr and Kovianaqtuliak Tapauangai. Today, Pitseolak carves mainly on his own, occasionally welcoming the aid of younger community members to help him finish certain pieces. Pitseolak’s distinct, innovative sculptures often feature contemporary aspects of modern day life in the Arctic. Drawing inspiration from his father’s lifelike figures, Pitseolak has created a number of carvings depicting individuals with modern electronics, such as his Teen with MP3 Player sculpture from 2010, purchased for the prestigious TD Bank Collection. Along with his sculptures of Inuit figures, Pitseolak also combines pop-culture references with traditional animal carvings, often times depicting dancing rabbits, which he calls Hip-hop Hares. Pitseolak is dedicated to the art of carving and strives to push the boundaries of traditional Inuit sculpture.