[Wanderlust Wednesday] Little Prince Art Collection at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore!

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If you are a fan of The Little Prince, then you must have visited the various The Little Prince art exhibitions/galleries that was held in Singapore a few weeks ago!

Artist Arnaud Nazareth-Aga and PAJ’Art Studio have created 14 hand-painted sculptures representing the major characters straight out of the world-renowned book, The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint Exupéry.

There are also quotes / letters displayed together with the sculptures!

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The admission is free! So you don’t have to pay anything but you can enjoy a whole stretch of sculptures and readings! ^^;

It’s pretty interesting for me who is not a fan of Little Prince, heh. It’s a rather small exhibition, just a few sculptures displayed together with the dreamy-decorations and quotes printed on the blue board. But I’m sure if you are a Little Prince fan, you might get some flashbacks or images in your head while going through the exhibition!

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Article & Photography by: Xiaosi @ KAvenyou.

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