We're drunk 10,000 leagues under the ocean, turning over in slow motion, synchronized swimming at the bottom of the sea– a color blue we’ve never seen before. Drifting towards Jupiter with wild enthusiasm, our hearts like animals fluttering in our chests. Like some sea god of adventure, roaming around the studded coral of our bones, discovering a thousand lives and lovers under our ribs, releasing the past in a wave– sent out fresh and new with a glee we've never felt before.
The Cousteau Necklace is your compass as you twirl and tumble through the watery depths to help you find your equilibrium.
The pendant is casted from a fish ear bone called an otolith, used to determine the age of the fish– like rings on a tree stump. This ear bone pendant was cast from an otolith collected by a friend who's an Alaskan Fisherman.
On an 18" thin cable chain.