Geografías y paisajes de Tintín - Eduardo Martínez de Pisón
The planet Tintin created by Hergé is a drawn and imaginary world, but with a real foundation that, although it belongs, physically, politically, socially and culturally, to the moment in which it was drawn -a vision of the world certainly Eurocentric, but inserted in the tradition of travel books-, at the same time that it is already history, it transcends, together with its characters, places, situations and adventures, all time and becomes an archetype worthy of study. Beyond the pleasure they give us as an artistic work, in the simple genius of the plots and their images, Tintin's travels and landscapes form an "imago mundi" that in each drawing treasures a geography, real or invented, in places that can be located on a more or less identifiable map.
Number of pages: 192
Dimensions: 210 x 130 mm