The Hergé Foundation, often known as Moulinsart, is the official organization that looks after the creations of Georges Prosper Remi (Hergé), and his most famous creation The Adventures of Tintin, along with his other comics like Quick and Flupke and Jo, Zette and Jocko. The foundation runs Hergé's estate as well as the official Tintin website. In 2006 the Hergé Foundation received the Light of Truth Award for the works of Tintin in Tibet.
The name Moulinsart was chosen as an alternative name for the foundation's commercial and copyright wing. It is named after Marlinspike Hall, the chateau proprty where Captain Haddock lives in the books. Moulinsart is Marlinspike's French name. The foundation has released many books on the subject in French under the publishing name editions moulinsart.