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Magazine Uses Scents Not Words

Magazine Uses Scents Not Words
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A magazine features no visual images, only scents which are released when the paper is rubbed.

Naresh Kumar
  • 26 april 2010

The current issue of  Mono Kultur Magazine features Norwegian scientist, artist and scent expert Sissel Tolaas. Mono.kultur #23 has no visual images, only 12 scents literally printed into the magazine with a technique called Micro-encapsulation. The scents are released when the reader rubs the paper.

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