Art created by Konstantinos Berios, Greece.
This gripping design was composed by carefully frying several eggs sunny-side-up in a medium-sized cast-iron pan. The characteristic harmony and uniqueness of this print were accomplished not only through the artful use of 100% local free-range eggs, but most importantly through the use of rich cow-milk butter for frying instead of any other vegetable oil. Here's a cool fact about eggs: the average hen lays about 300-325 eggs a year, 49 of which are displayed in this beautiful design. Here's another one: each egg is just a single cell (with the yolk being the cell core), which was the influence behind the slightly interlocking egg whites that create an image reminiscent of a cell arrangement.
This design was inspired by an earlier artwork, designed by the Lithuanian artist Vasare Nar, which was originally part of our collection.