This 10 cm tall PVC figurine represents The Little Prince with his yellow scarf floating in the wind. Directly inspired by Saint-Exupéry’s original watercolors, the figurine gives life to the character imagined over 70 years ago.
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Height: 10 cm
This article is for pre-order and will be available on Monday, June 15, 2015. Order it today and do not miss it!
It will be shipped when available with all of your order.
48 Little Prince Book collectors all around Turkey came together to exhibit 170 different books in different languages, dialects and shapes, in Ankara. This collective exhibition will be held on 16-24 May 2015 in Tayfa Kitapkafe, in Ankara.
Visitors are enjoying the exhibition of a large collection of The Little Prince copies, including rare languages, mini books, and special editions from all around the world. They also gave the opportunity to see the first Turkish copies, which were printed as a series in Çocuk ve Yuva magazine and as 2 different books in 1953.
At this week, there are also conferences on Little Prince book, collectors’ experience, travels for Little Prince, language learning via Little Prince, translation process in different languages/dialects in Turkey, project on photographing Little Prince tattoos; workshops for kids, and readings in different languages.
The collectors formed an initiative called “Little Prince Museum Initiative” and say that “it is time for a Little Prince Museum in Turkey”.
This beautiful exhibition is already a success. It complements the exhibition of Little Prince sculptures by Arnaud Nazare-Aga, in partnership with the Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Youth Foundation.
The pictures of the Latecoere collection are gathered with the Saint-Exupery Estate pictures. This exhibition illustrates how the two foundations are working together, in a pioneering spirit, and how they share the same values and the same history.
The public in Singapore can discover the amazing story of the pilot in the historical context of the Aeropostale.