Perfume Portrait #19 – Mark Pol

Mark Pol 50ml EDT 

Description

Harnessing the freedom of intuition, this fragrance suggests that our ancestry has a fundamental bearing on our innate desire to create, whilst also encouraging you create with a sense of joy and explore what makes you tick.

Features 

This perfume explores the historical gravitas of fragrance oil yet isn’t afraid to have fun with it. Frankincense has a history steeped in religion, while pine was used to fight the plague in the 14th Century. Aniseed has ties to Ancient Egypt while the medicinal properties of lavender and peppermint were prescribed by the Father of Medicine himself – Hippocrates.

This fragrance was created by interpreting and investigating a response to the question ‘Why do you make art?’ If you are an artist (in the broadest sense of the word) I would love to her your response to the question too, as it will enable me to create a perfume portrait that captures the essence of your creative persona.

This perfume will be on display at Bank Street Arts, Sheffield, from 2-18th March 2016. There will be a Private View on the 2nd March from 6-8pm. More details here

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