Smelling books

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  Books: some buy them, some read them, Rachael Morrison smells them. The american artist launched into the challenge of smelling every book contained in MOMA’s library. A taste of culture… http://www.eyeheartbrains.org/index.php?/project/smelling-the-books/

Betel Leaf (Piper Betle)

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Betel Leaf (Piper Betle), a photo by Kumaravel on Flickr. The betel plant is an evergreen and perennial creeper, with glossy heart-shaped leaves and white catkin. The leaves of the particular are used for chewing in South East Asia…they are very popular! Come discover more of the piperaceae family at The Golden Canteen (That Doesn’t… Read more »

Betel Leaf (Piper Betle)

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Betel Leaf (Piper Betle), a photo by Kumaravel on Flickr. The betel plant is an evergreen and perennial creeper, with glossy heart-shaped leaves and white catkin. The leaves of the particular are used for chewing in South East Asia…they are very popular! Come discover more of the piperaceae family at The Golden Canteen (That Doesn’t… Read more »

Smells of London

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What does London smell like? We may need an expert for that… Take a look at Time Out very…tasty story on the very refined nose of perfumer Roja Dove and his quest to name the smells of London town. http://www.timeout.com/london/things-to-do/smells-of-london-1

Perfume sir? working on the space: Philippe Euell

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Introducing Philippe Euell, the space designer at Perfume sir? Paris-based American designer Philipp Euell has been a long-term collaborator of DesignMarketo and one of the designers promoting his work on our on-line shop. For this year’s LDF, Philippe has challenged himself to another great adventure with us, helping us designing the space for the upcoming… Read more »