Inspirations

Various Collection Artworks of Tintin

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Tintin is a young Belgian reporter from the fictional series: The Adventures of Tintin that first aired on television during the year 1950′s. Aided by his aithful fox terrier dog Snowy, they became involved in dangerous cases in which Tintin takes heroic action to save the day. The series became an instant success during its first publication. In almost every adventure, Tintin is featured hard at work in his investigative journalism, but he seldom is he seen actually turning in a story. The bond between Snowy and Tintin is very deep as they have saved each other from perilous situations many times.

Check out this 21 Tintin Artworks and be inspired as we take you to an awe-inspiring collection of great masterpiece. Enjoy!!!

Tintin

tintin
By: sikuriina
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Tintin 3

tintin 3
By: rollingrabbit
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Tintin Wrestle

tintin wrestle
By: Minyi
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Tintin and Milou

tintin and milou
By: flominowa
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Tintin Burning Dust Storm

tintin burning dust storm
By: memotava
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Tintin et Milou

tintin et milou
By: idiacanthus
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Tintin et Milou Sleepy

tintin et milou sleepy
By: Panfake
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Tintin Desktop

tintin desktop
By: paperbeatsscissors
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Tintin 4

tintin
By: Anaeolist
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Tintin Graffiti04

tintin graffiti04
By: khrssc
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C-mon

c mon
By: juruken
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Tintin Dome Redux

tintin dome redux
By: Javas
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Tintin 5

tintin
By: tanglong
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Tintin 6

tintin
By: DOGiukas
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Courage Ingenuity Guns

courage ingenuity guns
By: Liquidsilk
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Tenten

tenten
By: TheWoodenKing
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Tintin 2

tintin 2
By: negroh
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81st Birthday

81st birthday
By:XtreamCrazy
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74 Are You Challenging Me?

74 are you challenging me
By: XtreamCrazy
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Secret investigation

secret investigation
By: Mai-Raven
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Run

run
By: rollingrabbit
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Winter Can Be Warm

winter can be warm
By: seikuya
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The earliest stories in The Adventures of Tintin have been criticised for both displaying animal cruelty as well as racial stereotypes, violent, colonialist, and even fascist leanings, including caricatured portrayals of non-Europeans.

  • rickymartin

    Great post at the right time for me.