In a colourless world, the entire sphere is frozen: the ground, the lakes and the mountains. The dividing line between sky and ground is no more recognisable. On this infinite frozen land, a cubic ice palace stands alone, fenced by countless glaciers. This freeze condition has been going on for over a thousand years. The temperature is still falling, each moment drastically colder than the last, making the motionless air into a ruthless stone commander.
Suddenly, the glare of a lightning bolt hits the roof of the ice palace, creating a crack that spreads through the ice like tree roots. As oxygen finally penetrates the airtight space, millions of dormant seeds react to this burst of energy. Within a breath, the gigantic silver ice blocks that make up the palace floor are covered in tender sprouts and green buds. After so long, the secret power held captive in this permanently frozen ice palace is unlocked, and fresh air returns. Inhale, now, the smell of natural power and embrace the beginning of a new era.
As time has no deadline, the lightning bolt-charged burst can turn this frozen land into a brilliant, blooming spring in an indefinite moment of time.
*YS-UZAC exclusive unfiltered perfume; No artificial colours
Cold as Ice.
Tonic as Newly
THE PERFUME CHARACTER The Assertive Me
New Energy Cold Air Assertiveness Invigorating Clean Oxygen Hyper Tonic
After two years of conscientious work on the Cubist Trilogy collection, the newest olfactory artworks by Vincent Micotti are finally accomplished. This collection consists three perfumes: The GPHM Night, GPHM Dawn and Quantum Charge in an Ice Palace.
The impression of GPHM Game Palace of Hell Master is depicted through two fragrances: the Dawn and the Night. Representing the two opposing parts of each day, they exhibit an elusive, atmospheric exchange in an undisclosed place—the Game Palace. Dawn begins with a flamboyant radiance and carries this invigorating aura into an esoteric, ceremonial night-time. In turn, Night hypnotises with deep, shifting darkness as it returns us once more towards the bright coming of day.
The extraordinary challenge in this conception is to achieve the kinetic effects of time by controlling the weight and strength of each fragrant molecule. In this way, the audience can sense the gradient of time—the evolving atmosphere and rhythm of the universe.