The Little Prince Art Print (Tom Hoban – Artist)
The Little Prince, written by French aviator Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, was publshed in 1943. It was published in his native France immediatley following the liberation in 1944. Although today a firm favourite among children, Saint-Exupéry’s fable is rooted in sombre lessons from his own life, and contains beautiful, sometimes sad reflections on the nature of loneliness, friendship, true love and grief. The Little Prince has now been translated into over 300 languages and dialects. Tom Hoban created this print for LitVox. Tom is the director of LitVox, but fancies himself an artist. He isn’t, but don’t tell him. He’s easily upset.
Sending this print as a gift? Remember that LitVox can create gift bundles for you consisting of prints, books, cards, or anything else you’d like! For a great gift bundle idea, why not send one of our original prints along with the book itself? We offer free gift-wrapping and worldwide shipping. A4 and A3 frames are available to purchase from the LitVox studio.
We print all of our pieces in Dublin on 350gsm premium ivory card with a silk finish. LitVox only use high-quality materials and inks for our original artwork.
We create or commission all the prints in the LitVox studio, and they cannot be found anywhere else. All of our prints are original creations, and we work hard to promote the artists and designers we work with. At LitVox, we add to our collection regularly. Keep checking in to see the wonderful additions to our print studio! If you’re an artist with a passion for books, you can find out how to contribute to the LitVox project here.