Musk - Blue

  • Art for ANIMALS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA by Odilon Redon

    Animals at the Bottom of the Sea Perfume Oil

    Odilon Redon

    It sure is weird down in Piscesland. Yellow currant, coconut water, carrot shavings, pineapple pulp, queen mandarin rind, and overripe cranberries all dunked in a bubbling and blooping deep blue musk.

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    Benitoite Phoenix Perfume Oil

    California’s state gem! Precious and rare, formed under pressure in liminal spaces: a deep, clear musk as blue as the night sky cascading over the Pacific.

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  • Blauer Mond 2020 Perfume Oil

    Brian’s interpretation.
    A whisper under the moonlight: blue musk, and indigo amber, myrrh, moonlit oudh, opoponax, terebinth, and tobacco leaf.

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  • Blue Silk Rose Perfume Oil

    Blue musk, sugared violets, dried blackberry, opium tar, bat orchid, and blue rose petals.

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  • Long Night Moon 2020 Perfume Oil

    The nights are at their longest, the sky is at its darkest. The air is still with reflective silence. A bouquet of night-blooming flowers, petals dusted with frost. Cereus, orris butter, moonflower accord, night phlox, honeysuckle, jonquil, silver thyme, white mint, and blue musk.

    Here’s hoping that as of January 20, 2021 our long night is finally over.

    The accompanying Lunacy Tee can be found here!

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    Lune Débonnaire Perfume Oil

    A shimmering blue musk fougere with gilded lavender, orris root, and a smattering of night-blooming flowers.

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    Midnight on the Midway Perfume Oil

    Lightning splits the sky, illuminating the skeletal skyline of the carnival rides: sugared incense, flickering blue musk, and night-blooming flowers.

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    Mitral Valve Perfume Oil

    A pressure drop as a result of relaxation: French lavender, luminous Corsican juniper, benzoin, honeyed carnation, wild hops, and blue musk.

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    Night Thoughts Perfume Oil

    Stars, you are unfortunate, I pity you,
    Beautiful as you are, shining in your glory,
    Who guide seafaring men through stress and peril
    And have no recompense from gods or mortals,
    Love you do not, nor do you know what love is.
    Hours that are aeons urgently conducting
    Your figures in a dance through the vast heaven,
    What journey have you ended in this moment,
    Since lingering in the arms of my beloved
    I lost all memory of you and midnight.
    —Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

    Lilac, blue musk, dianthus, cedar, neroli, ozone, and luminous Eastern herbs.

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    Psionicist Perfume Oil

    A blast of mental energy: electric white mint, eucalyptus leaf, white frankincense, and blue-white musk.

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    Screeching Revenant Hair Gloss

    Icy blue musk, eucalyptus, white pine, and opoponax.

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    Song of the Otherworld Perfume Oil

    On the darkest nights of winter, the swirling winds buffet battle cries and the moans of the long-dead on their blue-fingered eddies. Storm clouds rumble in the east, and a host of wailing spirits, wights, and ghouls gibber, drift, and creep through the land.

    Sleet and champaca, fir needle and opoponax, blue musk and cypress, balsam and snow.

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    Visiting the Sumida River with a Geisha Perfume Oil

    Crystalline azure musk, orange blossom, water lily, hinoki wood, Texas cedar, and night-blooming jasmine.

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    Winter Stars Perfume Oil

    I went out at night alone;
    The young blood flowing beyond the sea
    Seemed to have drenched my spirit’s wings –
    I bore my sorrow heavily.

    But when I lifted up my head
    From shadows shaken on the snow,
    I saw Orion in the east
    Burn steadily as long ago.

    From windows in my father’s house,
    Dreaming my dreams on winter nights,
    I watched Orion as a girl
    Above another city’s lights.

    Years go, dreams go, and youth goes too,
    The world’s heart breaks beneath its wars,
    All things are changed, save in the east
    The faithful beauty of the stars.

    – Sara Teasdale

    The world’s heart breaks beneath its wars: starlit blue musk, a burst of night-dark amber, sweet patchouli, lemon peel, bergamot, French lavender, and cypress.

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