Motivational Monday: A “Hole” Different Kind of Egg

I’ve seen all kinds of Easter eggs in my lifetime. Some covered in wax details. Some wrapped in origami paper. And some that were so colorful and exquisite that I completely forgot they came from a chicken’s butt.

But today I saw something very different. Franc Grom, a 70-year-old Slovenian craftsman, doesn’t use paint but instead drills holes into Easter eggshells – approximately 2500 to 3500 holes per egg which takes about a week. He’s the only artist to use this method of egg artistry.

Holey moly.

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4 thoughts on “Motivational Monday: A “Hole” Different Kind of Egg

  1. Really gorgeous pieces.

  2. Missy says:

    those are so cool!

  3. Caren Innes says:

    What in the world! Those are so super crazy awesome!

  4. jason says:

    so exclusive and exquisite i would love to own a collection someday

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