Figurine model of The Little Prince, inspired by the original watercolour illustation from the French book Le Petit Prince (1943).
'This strange and lovely parable, written as much for adults as for children, and beautifully illustrated by the author, has become a classic of our time. The narrator, an air pilot, tells how, having made a forced landing in the Sahara desert, he meets the Little Prince. The wise and enchanting storeies the prince tells about the planet where he lives with three volcanoes and a haughty flower, about other planets and their rulers, and about his fight with the bad seeds, make him an entrancing, unforgettable charecter.' - Backpage blub from The Little Prince, by Antoine De Saint-Exupery.
The initial concept behind transforming the illustations from 2D to 3D is to create resources to improve the experience of literature for the blind and partially sighted through rendering illustrations and graphics from well-known fiction into tactile objects and reliefs. Stay tuned :)