Johan de Moor paints a shop


It came to mind that most of you probably have never been to Het Besloten Land, doubtlessly one of the best comic stores in Belgium (Matt Madden even calls it “one of those mythically great European comics shops I’ve been hearing about for years”).

On the inside it’s just filled to the brim with nothing but good comics, but the outside is really unique. Belgian cartoonist Johan De Moor, son of Hergé right-hand man Bob De Moor, painted the complete shop front from top to bottom, and inside and out, in his own, surrealist style.

And since it’s a lazy Sunday, here are some pictures. I hope they’ll convince you to come over.



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