330 Pounds of Lipstick is Now on Display

by Amy Wicks, Glamour
How many lipstick tubes did it take to build this sculpture? Honestly, we have no idea but we did find out what shade was used: Yves Saint Laurent Rouge Pur Couture number one.

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According to WWD, the work is called "1M3 de beaute" which translates in English to one cubic meter of beauty. If you happen to make it to the Palais de Tokyo museum in Paris before Jan. 7, you can see it for yourself.

"It's a material that is very supple, lipstick, especially in a large quantity," artist Fabrice Hyber told WWD. "The material permanently moves. It is a work that is never finished, which is always evolving. It's a living oeuvre."

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I like the color (and sadly, have no trips planned to the City of Light) so I may just pick up a tube.

What do you think of the sculpture? Are you a fan of lipstick as art?

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