Peace Medal

• Year: 2020
• Eau de Toilette
• 50 ml / 1.69 fl oz
• Top Notes: Lime, Pink Pepper, Black Pepper, Iso E super
• Middle Notes: Cannabis, Thyme, Tonka Bean
• Base Notes: Patchouli, Oak, Ambargris, Vanilla
Many times the call to Peace requires finding alternative, diverse and divergent paths. Breaking schemes does not mean destroying everything, it is rather flooding everything with our best intentions.
On Good Friday in 1958, thousands gathered in Trafalgar Square in London to protest against nuclear weapons. They were responding to a series of test explosions carried out by the United Kingdom, the third nation to join the nuclear club after the United States and the USSR. Over the next four days, the bravest marched to Aldermaston, a small town 50 miles west of London, where British nuclear weapons were designed and stored. On the posters and banners of the protesters, a new symbol was making its first appearance. Gerald Holtom, designer and pacifist, had developed it from the letters 'N' and 'D' of the traffic light alphabet, the code used by sailors.