Akseli Gallen-Kallelas (1865–1931) triptych is a depiction of Kalevala's story of Aino and Väinämöinen in three parts. The first part of the story is on the left and second on the right panel. The last part is in the middle panel.
Here the contemporary artist reinterprets the iconic 19th century painting. The art work is quite faithful to the landscape, details and atmosphere of Akseli Gallen-Kallela's work. It shows punk references from the 1980s and comments on the change in women and men's roles in society.