#MeetMyDMLMoose Colouring Contest









In this video, meet the Moose and Michael Worry - longtime board member and friend of the DML and founder of Nuvation - who has graciously housed and transported our Moose over the past two decades. 

Many of you are used to seeing the DML's beloved Moose mascot at our Canada Day celebrations, but since we can't be together in person this year and with our moose in need of repair and some fresh paint, we invite you to bring the moose to life through a colouring contest!

Calling artists of all ages!

The DML Moose Colouring Contest will offer awesome prizes over three categories, such as Groovy Gurl masks, Canadian toques, a Canadian wine pack and sponsored Stanford Live Concert Tickets to see Canadian artist, iskwē.

Contest duration:

Wednesday, July 1 to Sunday, July 12, 2020

How to enter:

  1. Prepare your entries in any of the 3 categories below, as many times as you like. We will be awarding 3 winners in each category: first prize, runner up, as well as a five-and-under prize.
  2. Scan or take a digital photo of your entry.
  3. Submit your entry, by email, in jpeg/png/pdf format to: webmoose@digitalmooselounge.com


#1 - Colour the Moose Challenge: Choose your own colours for our original Digital Moose design. -->  DOWNLOAD CATEGORY ONE

#2 - Design the Moose Challenge: Choose colours AND designs - we'll just provide the moose outline. --> DOWNLOAD CATEGORY TWO

#3 - My Moose Challenge: Draw/create/design your own Moose art. No download for this, as you will create your own moose image.

Once you have submitted your entry by email, share your creation with the world using #MeetMyDMLMoose. We can't wait to see what everyone creates!


Our judging team includes two esteemed creative Canadians:

Scott Boms is a cross-disciplinary design generalist, author, educator and speaker. Scott also designed our DML pins that many of you are lucky to own!

Charlie Pachter is one of Canada’s leading contemporary artists - a painter, printmaker, sculptor, designer, historian, and lecturer. As a painter, he is known for his artwork of the queen, moose and maple leaf icons.