“One sees clearly only with the heart. What is essential is invisible to the eye,” says the fox to the little prince in the French classic. True to these words, the Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Youth Foundation is planning to launch a unique pioneering project of three-dimensional sculptures based on the theme of The Little Prince, in what will be a world first. This collection, created by French artist, Arnaud Nazare-Aga, will also be adapted for the visually impaired. This artistic attempt to bring Saint-Exupéry’s illustrations to life for those who otherwise would not have access them – the visually impaired – will be presented for the first time in Singapore at the French cultural festival, “Voilah!” in May 2015. Proceeds from the sales of these unique art pieces will benefit the Foundation’s philanthropic activities in favour of the education of disadvantaged children in Southeast Asia.