The Adventures of Tintin in Brussels

This little comic holds a special place in the city’s culture. For more on how Brussels inspired Tintin: click here.

Photography © Kaitlyn Parker & KPdesign
March 2012

Photography © Kaitlyn Parker & KPdesign
March 2012

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About KPdesign

If you like what you see, I am also available for free lance and commission. My specialties lie in print design and fine art/illustration but my abilities are expansive and include but are not limited to photography, mural painting, textile art, and web design. Thank you for your time and your support! ~ KP
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7 Responses to The Adventures of Tintin in Brussels

  1. Seriously one of the coolest things I have ever seen. I am a HUGE Tintin fan. Herge is one of my inspirations!

  2. dubiousme says:

    Totally AWESOME! I love street art. do you have any sites where you find other good street/urban art? Do you mind if I re-post this. I am trying to put together a global urban/street art collection. I have some good ones in which you may be interested from a design perspective. Cheers

    • KPdesign says:

      Hi there! Love the street art enthusiasm – yayyyy!!! I wouldn’t mind at all if you repost (maybe just include a link back to my blog – I would love this). Great idea with the collection. I live in Berlin and am always shooting street art that I come across. I’d love to see some of what you’ve found as well. I’ll keep my mind open for good site to recommend 🙂

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