Don Foulds is creator of Mac the Moose, 1984.
Mac the Moose
is a steel and concrete sculpture of a moose in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. It is located on the grounds of Moose Jaw's visitors' center, on the corner of E Thatcher Drive and the Trans-Canada Highway. Formerly the World's Largest Moose, it is claimed to be North America's largest moose as well as the World's Second Largest Moose at 32 feet (9.8 m) feet tall and a weight of approximately 10 long tons (10,000 kg).
Mac the Moose was built in 1984, being constructed by Saskatoon artist Don Foulds with the goal of attracting visitors to the city. The construction process involved a steel frame covered with metal mesh and
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