Apparently not these insects. Snails, centipedes, millipedes, ants, walking worms are interesting but I don't find them aesthetic at all and I'm surprised.
I did really elaborate jointed centipede jewelry a few years ago. The centipede pictures and videos I worked from were inspiring. Figuring out how to make their "box car" movement was very challenging and worked out fabulously. They were large hanging earrings as well as a bracelet.
I just finished making a setting in wax for a large piece of amber with a 50 million year old winged bug in it. The setting has a damsel fly perched on it with a golden sapphire eye. They were there in that period sometimes in enormous (2 ft wing spread) size.
I'll keep watching the nature special and see how the insect aesthetic develops.