Communication Nation

Winnipeg’s MURAL OF THE YEAR 2014

Artist(s): Annie Bergen
Artist: Annie Bergen

This mural tracks communications from the dial phone until today.

Artist: Annie Bergen
Artist: Annie Bergen
Artist: Annie Bergen
Artist: Annie Bergen

Pay phones are almost vanished from our city-scapes.

Artist: Annie Bergen
Artist: Annie Bergen

  421 Burrows Avenue

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I ‘m in luv with the purple tree.

Artist: Annie Bergen
Artist: Annie Bergen

The building, which shows the mural on 2 sides, has an architectural zig-zag. Here’s side 1.

Artist: Annie Bergen
Artist: Annie Bergen

 Side 2

Artist: Annie Bergen
Artist: Annie Bergen

Pics taken by: Resa – October 27, 2014

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

The Murals of Winnipeg

Artist: Annie Bergen
Artist: Annie Bergen
Artist: Annie Bergen
Artist: Annie Bergen
Artist: Annie Bergen
Artist: Annie Bergen

31 thoughts on “Communication Nation

            1. It is quite wonderful!
              Winnipeg prides itself for its murals! This is a city where winter temperatures are -40 C more often than not, so they enjoy every wonderful, warming thing they can.
              I would say a trip to Winnipeg, in the summer, would be worth the experience.
              This is largely because of the murals.
              Of course, seeing the prairies is second to nothing. Wow! Open, unfettered space like this is a real eye opener in today’s crowded world.

                    1. I admire my country too 🇵🇷, but many Puerto Ricans are so dissapointed with being a commonwealth of the U.S., but someday, Puerto Rico will become independent! I hope!

                    2. I know! It has not become a state because we do not allow it; yet technically we are a colony. It’s beyond me really. But I’m proud to raise my flag too!

                    3. Sometimes, however, I like to think that I can transcend nationalism, and think that planet Earth is one big community; countries, race, religions are just factions which divide people even more… So I like to think that way also…I don’t know whether too much nationalism is too healthy either, so politically wise I demand respect, but I’m also very open to transcending cultural differences. 🇵🇷🇨🇦🇺🇸

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