"Monument with Standing Beast" is a sculpture by Jean Dubuffet in front of the Helmut Jahn designed James R. Thompson Center in the Loop community area of Chicago, Illinois. It is a 29 feet (8.8 m) white fiberglass work of art. The piece is a 10 ton or 20,000 pounds (9,100 kg) work. It was unveiled on November 28, 1984. This is one of Dubuffet's three monumental sculpture commissions in the United States. The sculpture is based on Dubuffet's 1960 painting series "Hourioupe". The sculpture is one of 19 commissioned artworks funded under the State of Illinois Art-in-Architecture Program throughout the building. This was commissioned by the Illinois Capital Development Board. The sculpture is affectionately known to many Chicagoans as "Snoopy in a Blender".