Original signed drawing inspired by Destination Moon representing Tintin, Snowy, Haddock & CalculusIndian ink in colours, a drawing made by Hergé‘s Studios for the front cover of a Oberthur’s book in 1980
25 x 18,4 cm (9.8 in. x 7.2 inches) just for the part drawn. - (14,2 inches x9,8 in. with the other part without drawing) - unframed
In two parts on nice thick Canson paper
Marvellous and so mastered original indian ink drawing made by Hergé’s Studio for the publisher Oberthur. Many talented draftsmen and cartoonists worked for Hergé.
This drawing -directly inspired by a strip of Destination Moon- was for the cover of a new children book that Oberthur were going to print.
It represents a amazing and funny scene from Destination Moon where Calculus is trying to kiss Haddock although he still wears his helmet.
Drawn model for this cover book, that’s why it embodies a printing mention as : « fond warm red ». All is drawn, even the title written by hand, or Tintin and Snowy’s heads above.