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VENENO | A Scent by Miguel Matos

London is abuzz with scent art this week! SAN-AA‘s Klara Ravat, Miguel Matos, Eddie Bulliqi, Peter De Cupere, and Saskia Wilson-Brown are presenting at the Experimental Scent Summit. Here’s a whiff of Miguel Matos’ presentation, Poison Perfume and Other Adventures in Conceptualizing Scent.

A blend of the most deadly materials. Poisons selected exclusively by their seductive and fatal scents. We have picked the most exquisite toxins, chosen to delight you, to intoxicate you, to submit your senses to our hypnosis. Nature’s cruel elixir was created finally, for the one who has no mercy. For the one who fears nothing. Absolute death, absolute pleasure. Ecstasy and doom.

Nature never smelled so dangerous and sexy. Veneno has the treasured perfumery materials of the past that have become forbidden in modern times. They are symbols of the forbidden fragrance. Veneno is an illegal scent specifically designed to kill through pleasure, to sensitize your skin while you dismay in total delight. Feel our seductive liquids and tease your objects of desire while your body is indulged with the most forbidden substances. It will make your skin turn red!

Ultimately provocative, Veneno was created to make your charm explode. Choke in its beauty. Asphyxiate with its charisma. Sting with its personality. Veneno. A killer scent. It will change your life… until you’re dead.

15 dangerous raw materials have been included in Veneno. All of them have numerous beautiful toxins. These wonderful fragrant materials are irritant, carcinogenic, and sensitizer. They cause allergic skin reactions, skin corrosion or just a rash. They can cause damage to organs through prolonged or repeated exposure. They are endocrine disruptors. But they smell heavenly.

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Only 666 bottles will be produced. Each will retail for around 200 euros (30ml) through an online shop to be announced hopefully by the end of May.

 

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