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The daily lemming

Another candle collab, this one involving our own Dr. Jessica (she consulted on the art history): the Hiroshige candle, created by Joya in collaboration with the Brooklyn Museum for the Hiroshige’s 100 Famous Views of Edo exhibit. Shown in Spring (at left, Cherry Blossom; “Sugared floral: soft cherry blossom leaves and petals, balanced by water moss, fruit buds, warm woods and honeyed resins”) and Summer (at right, Plum Rain; “Shaded green tea blends with raw earth, spice, straw, petrichor and fresh-cut lumber to evoke hidden marshes and purifying showers dispatched by rolling black clouds”), also available in Autumn (Vermilion Maple) and Winter (Purple Wisteria). $28 each for 142g at Joya (where they still have that cronut candle for $32 if you need to bump yourself up to free shipping, plus a nice-looking Year of the Dragon jasmine candle that is a new lemming for me, $38) or directly from Brooklyn Museum.

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