Since 1993, a small workshop in Normandy has been giving volume to paper heroes: it is Fariboles Productions, a studio created by sculptor Pascal Rodier.
Committed to respecting the appearance of the mythical characters that populated our childhood down to the smallest detail and determined to maintain quality control, it is indeed a small, fully-fledged craft production line that is located in Normandy and that enables these magnificent figurines to be made from A to Z!
To mark the 80th anniversary of the Little Prince in 2023, Fariboles has created a new piece based on a drawing by the Little Prince. Ready to set off to discover the vast world, with his arms open to adventure and his faithful fox at his feet, the Little Prince feels almost lifted off the ground by the gust of wind playing in his hair and on the sides of his coat. This bold vision of Antoine de Saint Exupéry’s little hero is so evocative of the character’s spirit that Fariboles immediately felt the need to translate it into volume!
We hope that you will feel a wind of freedom blowing through you as soon as you take it out of its box!
This 16 cm figurine was sculpted by Eric Delaval and produced by the Fariboles Productions workshop, limited to 300 copies, accompanied by their numbered certificate of authenticity.
It is made in France in the Fariboles workshops in Normandy.
Discover the behind-the-scenes production of this new resin figurine made by Fariboles Productions!