Head – Pomegranate Heart -Sea salt, Nutmeg Body – Frankincense Description – An ode to Primordial Greek God Anake; the personification of compulsion and referencing innate yet philosophical desire to initiate creative action. From chaos, Anake creates, through action, the earth, heaven and sea. As such this fragrance houses all three of these elements, from it’s symbolic top notes to it’s earthy base. This fragrance will be exhibited alongside 9 other perfume portraits at Lum
Concluding that inward desires now hark for a return journey, I travel west back to England equipped with all but 1 member of the fragrance family.
Informed by my experiences in Greece and the acquiring of scented knowledge, I compile one last fragrance from of Dionysus. It is redesigned for English audiences with respect, not spite. As such, a votive offering of wine is created, referencing at once Dionysus’ religious and cultural prowess and his capacity for madness. New Di
Venturing South, through what was once named Gaul, an antlered figure was encountered. The figure spoke of the wealth that exists in nature and the wisdom that can be extracted from the virtues of life. It was a fleeting encounter in which the figure gifted me a purse filled with gold. This somewhat jarred with his assumed position within nature and left me wondering whether the figure I encountered was the God Cernunnos, or another, or both, or neither. The Horned One consti