The Little Prince’s Passport
At its core, this 1943 French novella is about enlightenment through exploration. After crashing in the Sahara desert, a pilot meets the Little Prince who shares tales about his previous expeditions that have taught him about life and relationships.
In order to put emphasis on the importance of travel, I created a passport for the Little Prince. This form of documentation represents the Little Prince by proving the environments he’s been exposed to. I encapsulated each of the places through stamp designs. I took cues from the language the Little Prince used to describe his journeys and visually interpreted the essence of that place.
The background pages are abstract iterations of solar systems to show to how the Little Prince has universal access and can travel practically anywhere.