Drawn Out

Ligne claire is a drawing style made famous by Tintin creator Hergé that is characterised by a neat black contour line of identical thickness that emphasizes the legibility of the represented figures.

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Designers, Herburg Weiland have decided to celebrate the style with a set of booklets.

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This will sure be of interest to those graphic designers keen on keeping things between the lines.