Las Flores del Olvido

$11

It is said that the sense of smell is, of all the senses, the one most closely related to memory.

The aromas are deeply engraved and remain with us to the point that – even though we forget our experiences and the people we met – we continue to remember the smell of the picadillo our mother made for us, the first tortilla thrown on the griddle, and the unique perfume of those we have loved.

But what does oblivion smell like?

With the help of a singular old man, Las flores del olvido explores the irony that the scent of such a flower holds.

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Age: for all ages

Pages: 24

Finish: rustic stitched and glued, bristol paper 144g

Texts and illustrations: Héctor Gamboa

It is said that the sense of smell is, of all the senses, the one most closely related to memory.

The aromas are deeply engraved and remain with us to the point that – even though we forget our experiences and the people we met – we continue to remember the smell of the picadillo our mother made for us, the first tortilla thrown on the griddle, and the unique perfume of those we have loved.

But what does oblivion smell like?

With the help of a singular old man, Las flores del olvido explores the irony that the scent of such a flower holds.

Weight 0,144 kg
Dimensions 22 × 25 cm

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