Andy Warhol Silver Factory Scented Candle
The turquoise and purple graphic inspired by the Campbell’s Soup Can appeals to art-lovers of both genders. It’s a smooth, smoky, spicy blend of interlacing incense (a key scent of the 60s), wood resin, and syrupy, seductive amber. But just to complicate things, we gave it a heart of jasmine, iris, and violet — a scent that Warhol was especially fond of. These slightly dissonant florals combine to evoke a metallic effect — that of warmed-up, molten silver. And then, for the merest hint of coolness, we threw in a handful of cedarwood.