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.