Kawamura Ganjavian, memory and smell

Somehow I missed this scenter when DesignMilk posted it. But now I've found it!

I love the visual language it has, and the fact thet they acknowledge the powerful effect of smell on memories ( As Wikipedia puts it, "Odor information is easily stored in long-term memory and has strong connections to emotional memory. This is possibly due to the olfactory system's close anatomical ties to the limbic system and hippocampus, areas of the brain that have long been known to be involved in emotion and place memory, respectively").
Kawamura Ganjavian's portfolio is full of promises...
And now, go out and smell the air... it's Spring! (I couldn't wait any longer to say that!)

What did you think? 

One Response

  1. gravatar b. says:

    i like yours best (but, having shared a studio and a dorm with you i am totally bias) and think you should carry on making them.

    the only other ones i have really noticed on the street have been by mulberry (yup they do a cotton tote version of some of their most notable styles).

    hope you and m are well



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