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 Unknown on 1st Mar 2019
I got this candle as a Christmas present and at first I was skeptical. Notes of plaster? Sure. But I quickly became addicted to burning this candle after a long day of work or before settling in with a book on the weekend. I don’t have words to describe how it actually smells, but it makes me feel like I’m living my most opulent life ever, maybe in an Upper West Side apartment where the elevator opens up directly to my flat. Am very sad to report that it has just been burned for the last time, but hopefully the smell will linger in the lovely little ceramic pot.
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!