The 48 square meters Cori le Moussaillon comics strip mural is found at 21 Rue des Fabriques, 1000 Brussels. Six albums were created by Bob de Moor (Robert Frans Marie De Moor) from 1951 to 1993. A true masters of the Belgian Clear Line style, he cooperated during his career with other famous Belgian Comic strip artists such as HergÃ© and Willy Vandersteen. Growing up in a port city he developed from an early age an interest for drawing sailing ships.
Location of Cori le Moussaillon mural:
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Photos of Cori le Moussaillon mural:
Details of the top half of mural
Sailboat from bottom portion
Close-up of Cori le Moussaillon Waving from the Mast
The Adventures of Tintin Mural located inside the Stockel Metro Station is definitely one of most impressive of the city of Brussels. The sketches featuring all of the 140 characters of The Adventures of Tintin Comic Strip are displayed on both sides of the 135 meters long underground station’s wall. These were drawn by HergÃ© himself just before his death in 1983 and completed by the Studio HergÃ© and Bob de Moor for the opening of the Stockel station on August 31st, 1988.
Location of Tintin Mural at Stockel Metro Station:
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Photos of Tintin Mural at Stockel Metro Station:
Arriving at the Stockel Undergroud Subway Station
When the wagons leave the mural art is revealed in it’s entirety
Here are some closeups of various characters from the adventures of Tintin
Full Set of all 140 characters of The Adventures of Tintin Comic Strip