Colour your Montréal

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It’s a proven fact: colouring is a therapeutic activity. Adults and kids alike can benefit from a colouring break while we’re all spending so much time at home. It reduces stress, allows for self-expression, increases self-esteem, and it’s totally relaxing.

So, pull out your markers and crayons, and try your hand at these drawings of the city by local artists. They’ll put a smile on your face, and make you dream of your next stay with us.  

Free colouring downloads

Montréal boutique and gallery Bref has made this really playful colouring book available for free. It features drawings of the city’s neighbourhoods by visual designer Loogart. It’s up to you to add your personal touch!  

Have you ever seen our Leonard Cohen mural by artist Kevin Ledo? Well, you can create your own miniature version of it by colouring your Cohen.

Lili Graffiti is a Montréal brand of colourful and playful illustration and accessories. Marie-Laure, who created the brand, shares her drawings of spring and of a pretty building façade for you to colour to your heart’s content.

Cécile Gariépy, a Montréal illustrator, is behind some of the city’s most colourful street art, including a special mural inside YUL Montréal-Trudeau International Airport. Her lively and cheerful drawings are sure to keep you entertained.

Gallea, the largest online gallery in Québec, has prepared a free colouring book full of our province's landscapes and villages.

A Montréal colouring book you can order online

Visit Montréal as you colour your way through Paperole’s cool Montréal colouring book, beautifully illustrated by Cyril Doisneau.

Until you get to visit us, enjoy your Montréal colouring experience!

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