Tuesday, 18 June 2013

Gothic Artwork in Spotlight: Sinister Jewelery

Today, I saw some extraordinary jewelry. The artist is called Eero Lintusaari, and almost all of his work can be used as ornaments of a human, but today I saw some installations too. Lintusaari's work is witty, ironic and perspective. I really love a necklace called Fragility of Life II, with a bee. Though I did not see it in real life, but saw it in the artists webpage.

I did see some jewelry in a glass box, a brooch called Greed (seen left in the pic, yet not that well) and a necklace which name I can't remember, but it features three fishes, the biggest one eating the second biggest whom is about to eat the smallest. The meaning of the name was something like, "well this is how it goes", referring to the cold modern life and how bigger and more ruthless wins, no matter what morals might be. Or maybe that is just my cynical interpretation. :)

I also saw an installation of Lintusaari, in English it was called something like "waiter, there is a fly in my soup!"

A close-up. Gold (?) and insects casted in plastic.
I am not that big a fan of insects, but I sure would love to wear this! Though I also love the brooch made of a spoon and a fly, which can be found from the artists webpage. :)


  1. I loved the brooch version of Waiter, There's a Fly in my Soup. Wouldn't that be a hoot to wear! :D

    1. True! :D It is a very witty brooch, totally adorable.

  2. this "waiter, there is a fly in my soup" is so awesome ^^


  3. Hey there Jade! I've tagged you on a little somethng on my blog, it would be nice if you could participate ! :)

  4. hahaha I'm so stupid. I just tagged you in the same post. Even sadder cause N. Finsternis also tagged me in the same post. Well you've been DOUBLE TAGGED. Now you HAVE to do it!