Among the arctic Inuit people, “innunguaq” refers to an object in the likeness of a human. Stone innunguait (plural) have been erected since ancient times to welcome visitors or to commemorate a cherished person.*
Some innunguait point the way to a special place, as is this miniature seems to be doing. During the brief arctic summer, tiny plants emerge on the rocky landscape and on the stone sculptures erected there.
*Hallendy, N. (2009). Tukiliit: the Stone People Who Live in the Wind. Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press. pp 28-29.