Skip to main content


the Immersive Adventure

Culturespaces and Tintinimaginatio are collaborating on a project entitled “Tintin, l’Aventure Immersive” (“Tintin, the Immersive Adventure”), a unique exhibition devoted to the adventures of Tintin. The transfer from paper to digital is a short step, which the two partners decided to take by combining their expertise. Tintinimagination, the exclusive holder of the world rights for the exploitation and representation of Hergé’s work, is collaborating with Culturespaces, a pioneer in the production of immersive exhibitions that are unique in the world.

From the first edition of Tintin in the Land of the Soviets in 1929 to the most recent publications, “Tintin, l’Aventure Immersive” (“Tintin, the Immersive Adventure”), will pay tribute to the famous reporter with the powder puff, an inveterate traveler whose travels around the globes have been part of popular culture for almost one hundred years. A unique interpretation of Hergé’s work, this immersive exhibition will enable both young people and adults, “from 7 to 77”, to (re) explore the creative and fictional world of one of the twentieth-century’s greatest cartoonists.

The entire “paper family” of the famous saga will be presents in the exhibition: Tintin and Snowy (Milou), as well as the faithful “family” made up by Captain Haddock, the Thompson Twins, Professor Sunflower, Castafiore, and many others. Not to mention, of course, the disagreeable – but truly indispensable – villains.

A Culturespaces Studio© / Tintinimaginatio© coproduction
Direction & Design: Spectre Lab
Musical collaboration: Start-Rec

Photo gallery