The genesis of the cult car Citroen traction avant 22 model drawing by Bob De Moor (part 3)

In the past few months we dedicated 2 articles to the cover drawing which Bob De Moor completed in August 1992 for the 1994 publication “La 22, Enquête sur une mystérieuse Citroën”. The book, written by Hervé Laronde and Fabien Sabatès and published via the French publisher Rétroviseur, features the very last drawing Bob De … Continue reading The genesis of the cult car Citroen traction avant 22 model drawing by Bob De Moor (part 3)

The very last drawing Bob De Moor ever made was for the cult car Citroen traction avant 22 model (part 2)

On June 14th we posted an article about the very last drawing Bob De Moor ever made. Some doubted this was the case and we received various emails asking if this was really the last drawing. It was, not only did confirm Johan De Moor this when meeting him on June 20th, also Bob De … Continue reading The very last drawing Bob De Moor ever made was for the cult car Citroen traction avant 22 model (part 2)

The very last drawing Bob De Moor ever made was for the cult car Citroen traction avant 22 model (part 1)

Update: Part 2 of this story can be read right here. In 1994 the French publisher Rétroviseur published the book “La 22, Enquête sur une mystérieuse Citroën” by Hervé Laronde and Fabien Sabatès. The 179 page book was about the legendary ‘Citroen traction avant 22‘ and had a cover created by Bob De Moor. Very … Continue reading The very last drawing Bob De Moor ever made was for the cult car Citroen traction avant 22 model (part 1)

Bob De Moor and Thermozéro, here’s what you can expect

Update: Roger Leloup has confirmed us that he did not work on the page Bob De Moor created for the Jo & Zette version of the “Thermozéro” album. Last year the news popped up that the unreleased Tintin album “Thermozéro” with a scenario by Greg would get a release after all. Back then we hinted … Continue reading Bob De Moor and Thermozéro, here’s what you can expect

This is where Bob De Moor worked at the Studios Hergé (The Johannes Stawowy archives – Part 2)

A few days ago we offered you an insight into Bob De Moor’s trip to Mülheim in 1986 to represent the Studios Hergé and to explain how he worked. This was possible thanks to the archives of Johannes Stawowy. Today these archives take us to Brussels in 1986, more precisely to the Studios Hergé based … Continue reading This is where Bob De Moor worked at the Studios Hergé (The Johannes Stawowy archives – Part 2)

A lost publicity drawing by Bob De Moor finally scanned

In March we reported about quite a rare item that was (and still is) being sold on eBay for the ridiculous sum of € 55: a promotional poster in French, commissioned by the Citroën Garage Royen in Woluwe, Belgium. Although we didn’t succeed in convincing the owner to have the original drawing scanned, we did manage … Continue reading A lost publicity drawing by Bob De Moor finally scanned