The Little Prince Exhibition at the Fullerton

The Little Prince Exhibition came to Singapore a while back and we popped by the Fullerton for a peek!

The Little Prince Exhibition at the Fullerton

The Little Prince Exhibition at the Fullerton

The charm of The Little Prince, or Le Petit Prince, authored by Antoine de Saint Exupery, is undeniable, being the world’s most well-loved French publication. It is a beautiful story about the protagonist’s journey to different planets, meeting various characters (painfully realistic here), and learning about love and sacrifice.

At this exhibition, most of the characters in the original book had their own displays, their expressions exactly like how they were depicted in the story. It was a beautiful exhibition, a small and cosy but truly enjoyable one!

The King

The King

The Lamplighter

The Lamplighter

Please draw me a sheep!

Please draw me a sheep!

Is that a hat or something else?

Is that a hat or something else?

Little Prince and the Baobab

Little Prince and the Baobab

Little Prince, the Fox and the Rose

Little Prince, the Fox and the Rose

I was so inspired by this exhibition so much that when I came home, I designed and created this set of handcarved rubber stamps! They are now available at www.parademade.etsy.com, or you could also order them via email at parademade@gmail.com.

The Little Prince rubber stamp set, available at www.parademade.etsy.com

The Little Prince rubber stamp set, available at www.parademade.etsy.com

The Elephant and the Snake rubber stamp

The Elephant and the Snake rubber stamp

The Baobab tree rubber stamp

The Baobab tree rubber stamp

The Rose rubber stamp

The Rose rubber stamp

Little Prince and Fox rubber stamps

Little Prince and Fox rubber stamps

Wise words there.

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