Argentinian artist Luciana Rondolini perhaps hates rotting fruits as much as I do, or perhaps she enjoys the aftermath more than most. Ms. Rondolini has done a series of work studying rot, but instead of letting pure fruits turn to simply compost, she has bejeweled them - giving them an armor of Swarovski - a grave of glittering, shining rhinestones.
The effect is mesmerizing. The frivolity of the whole thing - fruit bejeweled - only left to spoil. The contrast of hardened skin to continuously softening interior until it has turned to goo.
Rest in peace, banana: rest in glamorous, sparkling peace.