Monsieur FranÃ§ois de Dardel has scanned and cross-referenced with photos all the cars from Tintin.
I grew up reading (and still own) my mom’s old tattered hard-cover copies of Tintin; HergÃ©‘s work has been a big influence on my own. This man could draw anything, but he clearly seemed to love drawing cars and other vehicles. It’s not surprising someone finally clued in and posted these scans. It’s a fun romp down memory lane to see all of them in one spot. I’ll no doubt be pulling a few of my books off the shelf later tonight. Merci FranÃ§ois!
Source: Cartiste Stuart Immonen
First animation, then radio, now theatre – can a live action film be far behind?
Mark Lawson writes about the new Tintin stage production for The Guardian. Die-hard Tintin fans who were angry about the animated version might not like Rufus Norris’ rendition of Tintin in Tibet.
For those of you in Ol’ Blighty: Tintin is at the Barbican, London EC2, until January 10. Box office: 0845 120 7511.