“The Art of Hergé – Volume 1, Inventor of Tintin 1907 | 1937” is a captivating journey into the early artistic endeavors of Hergé, the visionary behind Tintin. In this first volume of the series, presented by Philippe Goddin and translated/edited by Michael Farr, readers are immersed in the formative years that shaped Hergé’s unique style and sense of humor.
Beyond the iconic Tintin adventures, this volume explores Hergé’s early work, providing a comprehensive understanding of his artistic development. Now back in stock, the laminate hardback book is sized at 22.5 cm x 30 cm x 2 cm and spans 207 pages. It offers a visual and informative experience, shedding light on the foundations of Hergé’s extraordinary career and contributions to the world of comics and illustration.