Undersurface Flowers?

The artist Azuma Makoto contrasts wild roots with perfect blossoms in his ‘Undersurface Flower’ compositions.

Azuma is a Japanese flower artist who pioneered the genre of the ‘botanical sculpture’.

Here at Pairfum London we like how he draws attention to ‘roots’.

In perfumery, ‘roots’ are a frequently used source of natural fragrance ingredients that is regularly underestimated.

For example ‘Orris’, is a root that has a wonderful olfactive profile:

powdery, resembling violet, slightly stemy and woody.

More commonly known roots used for extracting essential oils are ‘Angelica’, ‘Ginger’ and ‘Vetiver’.

Have a look at the perfumes in the Pairfum Collection to see how we use ‘roots’ in our fragrances.

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