Tintin Comic Book Cover Fetches $1.6M At Auction

Tintin Comic Book Cover Fetches $1.6M At Auction

A rare 1932 cover drawing of a Tintin comic book, hand-drawn by Belgian writer and illustrator Herge, has been sold for a record 1.3m euros ($1.6 million) at auction in Paris. The “Tintin in America” cover, shows a cowboy version of Tintin and his dog Snowy eating , as axe-wielding American Indians creep up on … Read more

Rare Superman Comic Fetches $3.2 Million at Auction

A rare copy of Superman’s comic-book debut sold for a record-setting $3,207,852 million on eBay – the highest amount ever paid for a comic book. To many comic collectors, this is the holy grail – the 1938 book in which the superhero first appeared, was graded at 9.0 on a 10-point scale used to measure … Read more

Louis Vuitton Launches New Travel Books: Venice and Vietnam

French fashion house Louis Vuitton is introducing new artsy travel books to its collection, this time is Vietnam and Venice. As usual, each book is depicted through drawings and illustrations by renowned artists. The first book Venice is by famous Japanese Manga artist Jiro Taniguchi, through a series of Manga; while the second books reveals … Read more

Super H by Hermès

“Super H” – French luxury brand Hermes has released an animated short visual for their new superhero-themed scarves; in which the scarf becomes a superhero flying through the night sky. Designed by Dimitri Rybaltchenko, the new collection is inspired by comic books and feature the same rooftop theme in six color variations. Priced at $330.00 … Read more

First Batmobile Goes Under The Hammer at Heritage Auctions Online

Good news for Batman fans! – The first officially-licensed Batmobile is up for auction starting at $90,000. The custom Batmobile was built and designed in 1960 by 23-year-old Forrest Robinson in a barn, and is based on a 1956 Oldsmobile 88 with a 324 Rocket engine – a predecessor of 1960s muscle cars. Here’s the … Read more

Unlocking Creativity: Exploring the World of Greg Mike

Welcome to our interview series showcasing exceptional artists from across the globe. Today, we are delighted to have a conversation with Greg Mike, a contemporary artist renowned for his distinctive characters, vibrant street art, and captivating mural paintings. His iconic Loudmouf emblem, blending dynamic designs with pop culture, is emblematic of his style. Greg’s characters … Read more

The Monster Suite, A Room Inspired by Guillermo del Toro – The Creepiest Hotel Ever?

Just in time for Halloween, Hotels.com has unveiled a creepy hotel room on the grounds of the Museo de las Artes in Guadalajara, Mexico. Inspired by Guillermo del Toro’s monstrous museum exhibit ‘En Casa Con Mis Monstruos,’ the luxurious Monster Suite brings the fantastical world of the famed director to life. The creepy suite boasts … Read more

MB&F + L’Epée 1839 Introduces The Fifth Element Table Clock

Maximilian Büsser & Friends teamed up once again with Swiss manufacture specialized in high-end clocks L’Epée 1839, to create this intergalactic horological weather station – The Fifth Element. Inspired by fantasies from classic UFO films, books, and comics of the 1950-60s, the weather station features four removable and interchangeable instrument elements clock, barometer, hygrometer, and … Read more