March 26, 2019

"La Licorne" Makes it to My Office: 7 Months of Hard Work

Created in El Mina, Tripoli, La Licorne in the hard work of thirty years old, Lebanese architect Ghassan Bakri. La Licorne (Unicorn), a replica of the ship from the Belgian comic Tintin, that he finished after seven months of sculpting with wood in his workshop in al-Mina in Lebanon's northern port city of Tripoli on November 9, 2018.


I'm in love with TINTIN, the character and the adventures he takes, so I asked Ghassan for this work which was the biggest he has done so far. A beautiful masterpiece made with love and a focus on details. You can stay for hours staring at it.


Enjoy the photos or just pass by for a coffee, I'll be pleased to show it to you.

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