By By Syahmin Ritzwan

We question the value of beauty as Argentinian artist Luciana Rondolini introduces her project entitled, Tiffany. The project features intricate bejewelling of real fruits that are already rotting. Using conventional fruits such as bananas, apples and pears, she embellishes the outer skin of the fruits with diamantes with the inner flesh intentionally exposed to air to allow the natural process of decaying to occur.




A people-enthusiast, Rondolini has constantly created controversial works that critics the society we live in. In her Tiffany  project, she intends to raise the issue of artificial external beauty and how we perceive beauty in this day and age. Visit her site at to see more of her works.




All images courtesy of Luciana Rondolini

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