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As Canada 150 bears down on all of us, we at Indian & Cowboy are coming up with creative ways to resist, reimagine & remember during Canada’s 150th year. One of the ideas that made us laugh the hardest was a reimagining of the murals that so many small towns and cities have the tell the tale of the original settlers that first occupied our homelands. Nearly 100% of the time, the murals depict White Settler men, standing on logs, on the banks of a lake or river, staring pensively into the horizon, with a look of confusion, fear and the wry smile of a colonizer.

One of the ideas that made us laugh the hardest was a reimagining of the murals that so many small towns and cities have the tell the tale of the original settlers that first occupied our homelands. Nearly 100% of the time, the murals depict White Settler men, standing on logs, on the banks of a lake or river, staring pensively into the horizon, with a look of confusion, fear and the wry smile of a colonizer.

One of the ideas that made us laugh the hardest was a reimagining of the murals that so many small towns and cities have the tell the tale of the original settlers that first occupied our homelands. Nearly 100% of the time, the murals depict White Settler men, standing on logs, on the banks of a lake or river, staring pensively into the horizon, with a look of confusion, fear and the wry smile of a colonizer.

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So.

Send us a high res photo of a mural in your town, city, territory and let our photoshop artists have some fun.

We’ll publish your submissions and our reimagining of them on Canada Day.

Happy Birthday, Canada.




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