Smell like Neil Gaiman?
With the opening of Stardust just days away, there’s never been a better time to exploit Neil Gaiman for a good cause. According to a press release, Black Phoenix Alchemy lab will release five fragrances "inspired by Stardust" including ‘Fairy Market" and "The Witch Queen." Good Omens, while not a movie at this time, is a very funny book Neil wrote with Terry Pratchett, and the inspiration for scents titled "Crowley" and "Aziraphale."
Proceeds will be split between the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, a charity with which Neil has long been associated, and the Orangutan Foundation UK, which preserves habitats and research for orangutans.
Here’s the best paragraph of the release:
"The collaboration between artistic visionaries is always an exciting and thought-provoking endeavor. Rarely, if ever, though, have modern literary characters been so lovingly and accurately interpreted by a skilled perfumer. Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab’s interpretations of Gaiman’s colorful and thoroughly unique characters are, like the characters themselves, creative masterpieces and not to be missed."
Obviously, this will work out best for orangutans arrested for obscenity.