Presenting "Pablo", a new candle with a cobalt blue pom. Inspired by Picasso (our favorite Pablo) and his later work in the Côte d'Azur, which saw him move from mostly-canvas to fresco, ceramics, concrete engraving, sculpture...This candle authentically smells like oil paints, amaretto liqueur, mediterranean blooms, and fresh plaster - the beautified olfactory impression of the artist's studio, with the windows thrown open in the South of France.
Color: Cobalt blue
Notes: Amaretto liqueur, oil paints, fresh plaster.
Aspects: Mediterranean, industrial, relaxed.
100ml Candle, by Volume
15 hours burn, more or less
Reusable ceramic lidded jar with hand-dyed, hand sewn wool pompom.
Posted by Lara on 8th Aug 2018
This smells better than any candle ever. The oil paints note is actually very perceptible, which I was super skeptical about since usually when a candle says it has notes of something esoteric like that, it doesn't actually smell like that at all. But this smells like oil paints and a totally delicious jasmine/orange blossom/lemon blossom thing. Smells like a clean-scrubbed artist's studio or a freshly painted wooden deck in the spring. Maybe that's not everybody's vibe of what they want a candle to smell like but I'm in love with it. I would bathe in this if that was a possibility. Goest pleae make it happen!