The Nightingale and the Rose
GeekShare doesn't just design cute shells, but we are always trying different styles. And we also deliver our designers' thoughts that the products are not only practical but also own their background stories.
Inspired by Oscar Wilde's "The Nightingale and the Rose". On a cold winter night, a young student has to offer a red rose to dance with the girl of his choice. When the nightingale hears the young student sobbing because he is unable to pick a red rose, it thinks that the student is the one it has been searching for. So, to help the student achieve his wish, the nightingale resolutely decides to cultivate a red rose with its blood.
It reveals the disgusting money relationship in real life and all the bad phenomena arising from it, expresses the yearning for true love, and confronts the vulgar social reality with the beauty of art. Love is beautiful, but it is conditional on the sacrifice of others, so it is full of broken beauty.
GeekShare incorporates the gothic style into it, bleak but beautiful. We will die, but my love for you will not fade over time.
In the West, there is Romeo and Juliet, and in China, there is Liang Shanbo and Zhu Yingtai, the common denominator is that both end badly, but China has attached another good wish to the story, they die and are buried together, and finally turn into butterflies and fly away together. So these butterfly Grips are kinda romantic.