The simple idea of creating the geography behind Tintin stories started as a hobby for Remi, but now has become a well-known project--one that you can now buy for approximately $60.
Implications - As people grow older, they're exposed to the reality and monotony of everyday life and thus, often yearn for a chance to embody fictional characters. This idea has become a rising concept for artists who have placed cartoons in real-life situations. The juxtaposition has intrigued many consumers who are now faced with imagery that involves crossing the boundaries of the real world and the animated world. Bringing these fantastical elements to reality is a great way for brands to expand the imagination of consumers looking for inspiration and creativity in a product.