From: Natasha Vita-More (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Feb 19 2002 - 19:50:14 MST
At 02:18 AM 2/20/02 +0100, Anders wrote:
>On Tue, Feb 19, 2002 at 02:00:33PM -0800, Brian D Williams wrote:
> > Okay what does the fragrance "Extropy" smell like? What does the
> > container look like? I understand containers that make idle
> > playthings on ones desk are in vogue...
>Something bright and clear - maybe with a hint of citrus?
While at the spa 2 weeks ago, I noticed the delicious smell of lemons
permeating the air. Wanting to smell this again and again, yesterday I
purchased lemon (and lemon grass) essential oils. At home on the dining
table, I placed a lit candle under the lemon oils in water, which heated
the water filled the room with a light hint of lemon scent. I also
purchased new hand moisture for the kitchen sink, which smells of
lemons. To top it off, I filled a spray bottle with purified water and 20
drops of the lemon oil to mist around the living room. Mind you, the lemon
sent is delicate and invigorating. Just enough of a hint to uplift the mind.
>As for a container, why not something like a chaosphere?
I was looking at the blown glass sculpture you gave us some years ago at
your first stay here. It is so beautiful. I would like a fragrance bottle
made out of blown glass - in a perfect square shape with an elegant
spiraling shape inside which contains the perfume. The bottle would rest
on an angle, on a small but sturdy black iron stand - matte black (although
chrome smooth), modern with fine simple lines. The color would be green, a
soft and almost translucent emerald.
(Lemon Grass - A tropical grass (Cymbopogon citratus) native to southern
India and Sri Lanka, yielding an aromatic oil used as flavoring and in
perfumery and medicine.)
Founder, Transhumanist Arts
Art Director, Digital Design
http://www.natasha.cc http://www.extropic-art.com http://www.transhuman.org
"I'd rather be inebriated on a classic life than a 1996 classic Merlot."
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