Brian Baity creates incredible art by carving unique designs into eggshells.
The artist carefully transforms fragile eggs into amazing sculptures.
For more Easter eggs, check out: Beautiful and Creative Egg Carvings
Egg-cellent post of an egg-stordinary art!
Apr 22nd, 2011
I saw how they make these!
Those folks have really delicate hands when using a dremel xD
End result is a somewhat expensive eggshell is converted into a really expensive one :D
piece of art, I mean.
Ho..! my god that very great work
Apr 23rd, 2011
You’d probably have to take Valium or something to cool you down before beginning!
– may God Bless You.
how? i wonder if they ever screw up
How? Thats in possible i cant even paint an egg
Apr 24th, 2011
Its the greatest thing since Fabergé Eggs!!!
Apr 25th, 2011
Imagine a gust of wind blowing it off the table. Such delicate work can be destroyed in an instant. They should be kept in a glass container. Wonder how the eggs are kept from smelling bad after a while…
Apr 26th, 2011
how do they get the stuff out from inside of the egg shell without damaging it?
Apr 27th, 2011
its like a crop circle on an egg
so i think aliens made these :))
Apr 29th, 2011
thank you everyone for your interest and comments.
Wafflez – I hope one day to show my work in St. Petersburg Russia, where Faberge did his work.
Michael – the liquid is drained through a small hole usually in the fat end of the egg.
Doc – they don’t smell bad because the liquid is removed and the shell itself is made from calcium carbonate.
syafiq – although I have been accused of being from a different planet, i am from Earth, born and bred.
Derek Po – I use a Paragraver from Profitable Hobbies to carve these eggshells
Apr 9th, 2012
Are they chicken or ostrich eggs? Ostrich eggs wouldn’t be so hard to believe, but chicken eggs, that is a whole different story.
Apr 30th, 2012
Many different eggshells. Ostrich, emu, rhea, goose, duck, chicken, quail, even parakeet
May 2nd, 2012