DESIGNING WITH SMELL: Practices, Techniques and Challenges
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DESIGNING WITH SMELL: Practices, Techniques and Challenges

The much-anticipated book from Routledge, DESIGNING WITH SMELL: Practices, Techniques And Challenges, is now available to order from Routledge and Amazon. Designing with Smell aims to inspire readers to actively consider smell in their work through the inclusion of case studies from around the world, highlighting the current use of smell in different cutting-edge design and … Continue reading

Submissions for the 5th Art and Olfaction Awards (2018) are now open
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Submissions for the 5th Art and Olfaction Awards (2018) are now open

The Art and Olfaction Awards are currently accepting submissions from independent and artisan perfumers, and experimental practitioners with scent from all countries. 
For the 5th annual awards, submissions are accepted for perfumes first released to market between January 1 and December 31, 2017 from brands that are independently owned, or owned by a parent company … Continue reading

Interview with Ashraf Osman, founder of Scent Art Net, at Nez
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Interview with Ashraf Osman, founder of Scent Art Net, at Nez

This profile was originally made for Nez, la revue olfactive (the Olfactory Magazine) where it was first published in French at: http://www.nez-larevue.fr/notre-actu/ashraf-osman/ Some time ago, we had sent questions to Ashraf Osman, a trained architect and an expert in olfactory art. Founder of the Scent Art Net (formerly Scent Culture Institute), a member of the Art and … Continue reading

MIGUEL MATOS: A Profile in Scent
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MIGUEL MATOS: A Profile in Scent

One of the most thrilling things about the wonderful scent weekend in Berlin (Experimental Scent Summit & Art and Olfaction Awards) was the opportunity to meet in person people we had previously only known online. One such individual for me was Miguel Matos, whom I’d know primarily through his writings for Fragrantica. What I didn’t know was that Miguel … Continue reading

Peter de Cupere’s “Smoke Flowers” in Venice
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Peter de Cupere’s “Smoke Flowers” in Venice

A site-specific scent-installation presented at Command Alternative Escape in Venice, Italy from May 6 – 13, 2017 (curated by Natasha Pradhan):   “Peter de Cupere is arguably the most innovative olfactory artist of our time. His previous works have inspired refugees to confront and heal seated traumas; provoked estranged intimacies by inviting the public to enter into … Continue reading