You're used to having eggs with your breakfast. After all, it's got protein and it tastes delicious, and most of us wouldn't dream of starting our day without them on our plate. But things happen when we try and crack an egg open. Either we end up having some of the shell fall into the pan, or half of it ends up slithering down on our countertop or stove. But in the end, we get our scrambled, poached, or sunny side up eggs just the way we like it. But one artist by the name of the_eggshibit is using eggs a different way. He's turning it into artwork of egg-pic proportions.
He named his latest masterpiece, the iEgg! Get it? Cause it looks like the logo on our iPhones? We're honest shocked by the precision of these eggs! It takes a lot of professional craftsmanship to pull this off.
Have you ever seen an Egg Trooper? With its peepers popping out like that, cause they're the egg yolk, this trooper looks like he's strung out from too much partying. The Force is clearly with the_eggshibit.
This guy is a genius! This is how we want our breakfast early in the morning. Now, what was it that mom said about us not being able to play with our food? Tell that to Pac-Man who's trying to gobble that cost right up.
Everything is A-Okay for breakfast, and we're not even going to comment on how cringe-worthy that egg yolk is. It might look like a blister on a hand, but who cares? We'll gobble it up anyway with some bacon and pancakes.
How about some tennis? The precision here is amazing. We don't know how the heck he manages to do this stuff, but we're totally stunned. In fact, he should probably earn an honorary state champ title for this artwork.
Bet you never thought anyone would let you have snowflakes for breakfast. This is so intricate and cool... literally! It's definitely the kind of thing you'd want to see on your breakfast plate during the winter or the holidays.
The eggcellent symbol is a perfect recreation of the Elder Wand, the Resurrection Stone, and the triangle enclosing both as the cloak of invisibility. But only a wizard could have pulled this eggy artwork off so perfectly.
Before you even bite into this, your brain will be subconsciously telling you to make a run for the nearest Starbucks and order a Frappuccino. But next time, he can give you a heads up, so you can go there first, and by the time you come back, this complex logo will be ready.
How about a Ying Yang? Unfortunately, the illusion will be lost once you move the egg and the yolk off the pan. But if you have a black plate, you can maintain your inner balance until every last bite is gone.
This guy has managed to make Japanese word art out of his egg whites, and also found enough space to add the egg yolk too, without breaking it. Now, this must have taken a lot of patience and dedication. But what does it mean?
This is definitely the kind of eggs you'd like to make for someone you love, who also happens to be a huge fan of cats. The artist added extra attention to details like the nose and the mouth and even added whiskers.
Now you can have some breakfast and bend it like Beckham. Also, it's kind of symbolic since health enthusiasts always tell you to eat the egg white, but kick the egg yolk to the curve if you want to stay slim.
It's so beautiful and amazing! The only thing this egg has left to do is howl and we'd almost believe it's a real wolf and not something you'd have for breakfast. But do you turn into a werewolf if you eat the wolf on a full moon?
The symbol represents the Hindu Gods, Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva, the creator, the sustainer, and the destroyer. It can also symbolize the heavens, the Earth, and the Underworld. Now that's some serious food for thought.
Who says you can't fry yourself some love? All you need is two eggs, and true love for art to make this happen. You know you've got it going on when your breakfast loves itself so much that it wants to smooch before you eat.