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The constellations are
imaginary lines traced by man
in the sky.

Among them, the unicorn, the dragon and
the phoenix inspired diptyque along with artist
Philippe Baudelocque to create this collection of
three scented and colorful candles;
Frosted Forest, Fiery Orange and Tears of Incense.
Made of stars, particles, shadow and light,
drawn with chalk on black walls, they stretch
their silhouettes to watch over travelers.

The constellations are imaginary lines traced by man in the sky. The cosmic animals, created by artist, Philipe Baudelocque are designed in their image. Made of stars, particles, shadow and light, drawn with chalk on black walls, they stretch their silhouettes to watch over travelers.

This dreamlike universe, full of life and light, was diptyque's inspiration for the holiday collection. The olfactory universe of the house has inspired three mythological animals which bear the name of constellations: the unicorn, the dragon and the phoenix.

Art, craftsmanship and legendary work unite to create a collection of three scented and colorful candles, inviting travelers to the starry vault: Frosted Forest, Fiery Orange, Incense Tears.

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Frosted forest

The constellation of the Unicorn contains a nebula located at 2600 light years called the Christmas Tree ...

The constellation of the Unicorn contains a nebula located at 2600 light years called the Christmas Tree, birthplace of sparkling stars. The Unicorn embodies harmony and beauty, and is associated with the green color that evokes the enchanting scents of the majestic firs.

Fir needles, Hinoki wood and mint mix intimately to compose the rare aromas of lush frosted forests.

The constellation of the Unicorn contains a nebula located at 2600 light-years called the Christmas Tree. The power of this enchanting evocation is composed for interstellar dust and is the birthplace of sparkling stars.

Symbolically, the Unicorn represents an important place in the Middle Ages. It symbolizes harmony, order and beauty. It is associated with the green color that evokes the enchanted spirit and vivacious scents of the majestic firs. The unique and precious fragrance of resin reminds us that its horn was formerly reserved for kings because of the supernatural powers attributed to it.

Fir needles, Hinoki wood and mint mix intimately to compose the rare aromas of lush frosted forests.

Incense Tears

The enigmatic Phoenix, reborn from its ashes has inspired the blue candle, a color that symbolizes...

The enigmatic Phoenix, reborn from its ashes has inspired the blue candle, a color that symbolizes immortality. Residing in a fragrant nest, garnished with leaves of laurels, sweet Nard sprigs, pieces of cinnamon and Myrrh, beautifully compared to the tears of poets.

What other mythical creature could have inspired this incense and Myrrh fragrance coated with sweet, burning cinnamon?

The enigmatic Phoenix, reborn from its ashes has inspired the blue candle, a color that symbolizes immortality.

Residing in a fragrant nest, garnished with leaves of laurels, sweet Nard sprigs, pieces of cinnamon and Myrrh, the majestic phoenix is the perfect creature. Eating neither grass or fruit, only the sap of a rare aromatic plant and resin of incense, beautifully compared to the tears of poets.

What other mythical creature could have inspired this incense and Myrrh
fragrance coated with sweet, burning cinnamon?

Fiery Orange

It is said that in a fight, the goddess Athena grabbed a dragon by the tail, swung it around her head...

It is said that in a fight, the goddess Athena grabbed a dragon by the tail, swung it around her head, and then cast it into the heavens among the stars.

Ever since, the Dragon constellation is hooked to the North Star. Fiery and luminous, the dragon evokes the color red and warmth of a fire.

Blood orange from Italy, smoky wood and cloves crackling joyfully in a burning fire.

It is said that in a fight, the goddess Athena grabbed a dragon by the tail, swung it around her head, and then cast it into the heavens among the stars. Ever since, the Dragon constellation is hooked to the North Star from now until the end of time.

The Dragon was also the guardian of the Hesperides Garden, where the perfumed nectar of the gods flow. From the shelter of a fabulous tree of golden apples, dragon is sparkling and luminous, evoking the color red and warmth of the fire.

Candle
Incense Tears
$35 / $70

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Constellations
Carrousel
$50

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Giant candle
Baies
$350

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Set
of 3 candles
$210

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Candle
Fiery Orange
$35 / $70

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Box
of 3 mini candles
$105

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Candle
Forest frosted
$35 / $70

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Trained at the School of Decorative Arts in Paris, into the graffiti scene of the 90s, Philippe Baudelocque participates today in the Lasco Project initiated by the Palais de Tokyo, which invites artists to bring new spaces to life.

Philippe Baudelocque became known for his cosmic animals. For four years, the artist has drawn his animals on the facade of a narrow street in the Marais district of Paris. His ephemeral creations, traced in white chalk on the black walls, have been erased by time. The search for vast untouched spaces and the freedom and the beauty of the gestures guided the artist's approach.

When referring to his career, Philippe Baudelocque remembers the books offered to him when he was a child. Works that awakened curiosity and opened his mind to the world; books about animals, plants and minerals. He speaks with tenderness about his childhood, a time when nature played a major role in his life. His universe was deeply inspiring and vivacious. Using the minimal aspects of stones to draw his animals, like constellations made with flowers, plants and mysterious arabesques.

There are certain encounters which can not be the result of chance. The encounter between Philippe Baudelocque and diptyque is there to remind us that the heavenly vault is the fabric from which dreams are woven.

Trained at the School of Decorative Arts in Paris, into the graffiti scene of the 90s, Philippe Baudelocque became known for his cosmic animals. For four years, the artist has drawn his animals on the facade of a narrow street in the Marais district of Paris...

Trained at the School of Decorative Arts in Paris, into the graffiti scene of the 90s, Philippe Baudelocque became known for his cosmic animals. For four years, the artist has drawn his animals on the facade of a narrow street in the Marais district of Paris.

Philippe Baudelocque remembers the books offered to him when he was a child. Works that awakened curiosity and opened his mind to the world; books about animals, plants and minerals and a time when nature played a major role in his life.

There are certain encounters which can not be the result of chance. The encounter between Philippe Baudelocque and diptyque is there to remind us that the heavenly vault is the fabric from which dreams are woven.