Zoologist Perfumes

Zoologist Perfumes

Don’t know what gift to give to your friend?

(images from Zoologist Perfumes)

Zoologist Perfumes has the thing for people who already own everything in the world:
5 different animal scents; Panda, Hummingbird, Beaver, Bat and Rhinoceros.

A “line of eau de parfum which captures the idiosyncrasies of the animal kingdom and transforms them into scents that are unusual, beautiful, fun and even shocking. Our scents will reconnect you with manifold delights of the natural world.

The eau de parfum can be ordered in a deluxe bottle, travelspray or in a set of samples, from Canada. We think it’s a very smart product: as far as we know (we did’t research anything) this perfume is one in it’s kind, it’s a conversation piece, the bottle is easy on the eye, it isn’t too expensive and last but not least it’s got humour! Well done Victor Wong (founder of Zoologist Perfumes in 2013)

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Natural living

Baobab tree, 1500 years old, Africa
Largest tree stump in the world, Sequoia National Park, California, USA(via)
 
Sequoia Tree tunnel, Sequoia National Park, California, USA.(via)
Wawowa tree tunnel, Yosemite, California, USA (via)
Baobab tree, Madagascar, Africa (via)
Large Treehouse(via)
The Baobab Hotel, Huilo Huilo, Chile
“Nearby Maplewood’s pay lot by the corner of Maplewood Avenue and Baker Street” (Joel B. Schwartzberg)
The Arch, 2009, Montreal, Canada. By Michel de Broin
Spontaneous-City, Duncan Terrace Gardens by London Fieldworks
Urban Tree Forge (via)