Maki Ueda will be giving a 3 weeks course on olfactory art titled “How to Confuse Your Senses” in The Netherlands.
To celebrate its 15th birthday, Basenotes, “the largest fragrance information resource on the internet,” released over the past few weeks an impressive list titled 500 Greatest Modern Perfumes that culminated on Friday.
The multi-sense-installation “Identity Analysis” by German artist Helga Griffiths will be on view from October 3rd till December 6th at Oscar Niemeyer Museum as part of Curitiba Biennial 2015 with the theme “Luz Do Mundo” (World Light) curated by Teixeira Coelho.
Odou is the only magazine dedicated to smell and perfume through creative writing, photography and design.
Demeter fragrance library has recently been featured by the Swiss tabloid Blick am Abend:
The olfactory sense, though often forgotten, is a powerful connector to memory and emotions. Diary of Smells: Shards (Estilhaços) is an on-going multi-sensorial interactive & interdisciplinary project comprised of various stages of smell production, photographs and sound design.
There is a growing number of DIY perfumers who aim at entering the European market. Karen Gilbert who runs an online perfume course published a quick guide to navigating IFRA for those making perfume for sale in the European Union.
INVERSES is a multi-sensory project and collaboration between six artists in five countries, who have been working on it for the past 2 years. The result is a set of items consisting of an illustrated storybook, a soundtrack, and a trio of custom scents, which all share a common narrative...
This Fall, many of you may be teaching a course on sensation and perception or lecturing on scent culture. Why not put What the Nose Knows: The Science of Scent in Everyday Life on your reading list (as we did!)? It’s an entertaining way to introduce students to classical topics...
Olfactory Memoirs challenges both emerging and experienced writers to reconstruct memories through the sense of smell.
It is popular to believe that “natural” stands for better. Here is an article that explores some of the achievements of fragrance chemistry.
Tate Britain’s sensorium is widely covered by the media. What does a perfume person (i.e. someone who is versed in discussing scents) think about it? It is this perspective that makes this review by Eddie Bulliqui special:
An interesting opinion piece “intended as a celebration of commercial (mass-market) perfumery and not an attack on niche brands”: