Toute l'actualité du petit prince

Fan Art Friday #160

Louise Schnedecker

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Daniel Galarraga

Sibelly Silva

Vanja Tomovic

Paz Molina

Gladys BK

The Little Prince World !

Le Petit Prince Store Paris


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75006 PARIS
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Fan Art Friday #158

Cintia Elisabeth

Vic Rebecchini

Denisa Jaňourová

Fatharani Yasmin Shaffiyya Sani

Christopher Priest

Archi Cerdeña De la Higuera

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Fan Art Friday #157

Suellen Rodrigues

Ninuca Gongadze

Cristiane Martins

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Cenicienta Encantada

Danilo Figueiredo

Eli Kominek

Li Ki Fung


Funko pops are available !

Discover the famous (and exclusive) figurines from the Pop collection! Asia released by Funko.

Le Petit Prince integrates a large collection of over several hundred pop culture characters. The Funko Pop Collection! Asia Le Petit Prince comprises of three characters from Mark Osbourne’s fim: Le Petit Prince, the little girl and the aviator.

These figurines appeal to both collectors of Funko figures and lovers of Le Petit Prince who will find an original and revisited interpretation of the blond haired boy created by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.


Fan Art Friday #155

On Fridays, fans of The Little Prince express their talent with Fan Art Friday!

Send us your creations via our facebook page, we’ll publish them here!


Daw Wongsawa


Eray Özkan


Georgi Stolev


Gilyanne Blancaflor


Joshua Nichols


Katherinne Panire Barraza


Maitena Mendy Azoulay


Maitena Mendy Azoulay


Killian Dexter-Norman Young

The Little Prince by Korea National Contemporary Dance Company

‹The Little Prince› is a journey embarked upon by the ‘adult’who regards the reality desolate like the desert to be all life is,and the ‘child’ who imagines an oasis somewhere in thatdesert, sharing empathy and searching for the ‘true meaningof life’. This performance lets us look at the world that we livein now through the eyes of ‘The Little Prince’ from outside theearth, and does not just give a contemptuous look at theprofit-obsessive urban people. Rather, it suggests areconstruction of ‘unfamiliarity’ to ‘familiarity’, appropriatingfear and gloom to anticipation and fascination, through theevent of ‘encountering’. With the video that metaphorizes thelife in reality, the dance that provides a different temporalperspective to reality, and the projection of images drawn bythe audience on tablets all intersected, the multi-dimensionalstage stimulates imagination and approaches thephilosophical theme that the countless encountersexperienced in life could actually be the starting point of accepting differences.

2016.12. 9(Fri)-12.11(Sun) Weekday 8pm, Weekend 3pm
Seoul Arts Center CJ Towol Theater / R 50,000 S 30,000 A10,000
Choreography: Aesoon Ahn, Plot · Script: Jeewoon Kim,Music: Jaeil Jeong

The Little Prince Movie- Behind the scenes

Now streaming on Netflix, a behind the scenes  glimpse at “The Little Prince” released on Tuesday shows how the film uniquely fused together four different types of animation: hand drawn 2D animation, CG animation, paper cutout animation and stop-motion animation.

The film flawlessly weaves together CG animation to show the world of the main character, The Little Girl, while stop-motion animation was used to bring the pages of the beloved book to life.

“Some of my favorite shots in the film took up to nine days to animate,” Osborne said in the video. “Computer animation really helped us to create a groundbreaking, believable world. I felt that stop motion was the best way to tap into that childlike universe.”

“The Little Prince,” tells the story of a little girl and her overly organized, type-A mother who move in next door to an old aviator who lives in a ramshackle house. The aviator, voiced by Bridges, tells (and draws) the story of his encounter with the little prince, and that encounter with the story in Saint-Exupery’s book changes the life of the little girl.