Based on Patrick Suskind's famous book Perfume, Illustrator Jon Clark shows that the links between reading and consuming the written word are closer than we may imagine. By examining the indulgence of one mans greatest passion, his sense of smell, and the relationship with the emotional meaning that scents may carry, Clark's skin imprints insinuate that the link between the murderous intention of the central character and fashion's obsession with procuring identity through the decorated body are intertwined. As the book goes on, smell assumes such an importance that it becomes close to the building bricks of human interaction. Charm, innocence, courage, godliness - all of the just scents, all of them within Grenouille's reach. It is this obsession with procuring the perfect scent that will make Grenouille fully human, thereby allowing him to consume and envelop himself in the originator of the scent, subsequently allowing Clark to mirror fashions cosmetic desire to uncover the ultimate 'look'.