After more than 50 years without interruptions from the first publication, Tex Willer is a legend. He is not only the most long-lived character of Italian comics, but also one of the oldest comic characters in the world, together with Superman and Batman.
Tex is as famous as pizza and Ferrari in Italy, with its hundreds of thousands of loyal readers.
The secret of its success? The allure of the main character (energetic, ironic, antiracial and true enemy of injustice), the settings (meadows, forests, deserts) and the villains (outlaws, rebel Native Americans, woo do magicians and secret societies).
Navajos call him Eagle of the Night, a wise and brotherly white chief.
For white people he is the Native American from Navajo Reserve and a ranger with an infallible aim. For outlaws that cross his path, he is the worst nightmare.
Since 1948, the hero born from the pen of Giovanni Luigi Bonelli and from the colours of Aulerio Galleppini (also known as Galep) rides on from east to west all over North America.
Infinite Statue proudly presents the first 3D portrait of the character who represents Italian comics par excellence. With the attention to details that characterize all our productions, this statue catches the hero in the middle of the action.
Nothing is left to chance and each detail, achieved through our usual high standards in sculptor art, comes from deep researches.