Icelandic artist Andrea Maack, has translated three of her elaborate line drawings into fragrances. Maack’s artwork was the sole brief to Paris-based fragrance company, APF, who had the happy task of creating the perfumes with nothing else. See them here.
Visual artist Andrea Maack graduated form The Icelandic Academy of the Arts in 2005. Her work balances the line between art and fashion. She currently lives and works in Reykjavik.
Maack uses her pencil and mixed media drawings to form a basis for her artwork that borderline with fashion and play with the concept of wearable art. Her exhibition pieces are one-offs and have included garments constructed out of her original drawings in unconventional materials. The pieces are wearable sculptures and have been exhibited internationally since 2007. She has also created three unique perfumes in a collaboration with French perfumery APF that were inspired by her drawings. Maack crosses the border between art and consumerism shaking the usual roles around. She works with elements from her exhibition pieces creating commercial but unconventional collections.