egg shell art

All the eggs are carved by hand by artist`s and take a lot of time and skill. For many of us the eggshells mean nothing more than what that has to be thrown away. But as we say creativity has no bounds & artists can create art from anything around them, here we have this artwork of the artist who used the eggshell as his medium to express his art. I present to you ‘Eggshell Art’ I DO NOT OWN THE PICTURES AND I AM NOT THE ARTIST BUT I DO RESPECT THE PEOPLE THAT PUT TIME AND EFFORT INTO THESE GREAT BITS OF ART
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Video Rating: 4 / 5

46 Comments

  • Patricia Munoz

    28 febrero, 2013

    The eggs are very skillfully done and beautiful and the music is beautiful in this video..does anyone know the name of this song/score or Artist?

  • ButterflyPhil

    28 febrero, 2013

    amazing…..truly art….
    

  • maxpower285

    28 febrero, 2013

    Hi Michelle
    The egg shell art in my video isnt made by one artist, its made up of several artists, i can give you 2 of the websites where you might find 2 of the artists, but the other artists will take some reasearch, ill message you the links in a message for you, i hope this helps :o)

  • Michelle Babyish

    28 febrero, 2013

    I’m a journalist, working for a European magazine. We are planning a large feature for April/May next year, showing the world’s most unusual art. We have visited the great artist Carlo Munchen in Brazil, and recently we have spent several days with Graham Short Britain’s ‘Hands of Genius’. Does anyone have contact details of this eggshell artist please. We would like to feature him in the mag. Thanks. Michelle.

  • vladaalexia

    28 febrero, 2013

    wow is wonderful, but i have a question what kind of tools do you use? Is a pyrogravure tool ? is a tool special for the egg shell? A big LIKE 🙂

  • sagisli

    28 febrero, 2013

    This is so amazing.

  • Carlos Junqueira

    28 febrero, 2013

    São muito lindas estas esculturas, até nos incentivam a aprender a esculpir. These sculptures are very beautiful, to encourage us to learn to sculpt.

  • Summer Breeze

    28 febrero, 2013

    Hundredth like!

  • Summer Breeze

    28 febrero, 2013

    They said it’s a truely magnificent job with lots of detail and perfection, congratulations. A jewel.

  • emersonhotrod

    28 febrero, 2013

    È realmente um trabalho magnifico com muitos detalhes e perfeição, parabêns uma jóia.

  • mjl1111

    28 febrero, 2013

    sooo jealous!

  • spacetraveller2521

    28 febrero, 2013

    amazing

  • sakkurae

    28 febrero, 2013

    YOU HOOMO sapiens

  • maxpower285

    28 febrero, 2013

    Hey its called circles, i got it ages ago so i dont know if its still out there, hope this helps :o)

  • ZorinaWhisperwind

    28 febrero, 2013

    what music artist is in the video?

  • Crystal Awabdy

    28 febrero, 2013

    hehe… yeah i know… i changed it, though. i liked it now ^-^
    there’s still one more person who disliked it though

  • HOLYscrapNS

    28 febrero, 2013

    amazing!

  • muh1h1

    28 febrero, 2013

    that means you disliked, although you actually liked it? you’re a dumbass!

  • heriana sange

    28 febrero, 2013

    poko e kereeeen abizzz…

  • teraterakhan

    28 febrero, 2013

    Lmao how do you know they don’t have friends? xD I’m sure like with most work, they have time to chill in between. I know I do and my shit spans over a few days most of the time cause I commit maybe 9-12 hrs at a time which is the length of a lot of people’s work hours. Well I mean I don’t use eggs, but still xP

  • toshiya91

    28 febrero, 2013

    wow… the people that make these need friends… acctually that was kinda mean im sorry people…..

  • Lois Smith

    1 marzo, 2013

    Forgot to mention, in my very recent Comment, that the WISCONSIN CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC & DRAMATIC ART, was located in MILWAUKEE, WISC.= from Lois C Smith

  • Lois Smith

    1 marzo, 2013

    I know Liberace was a Serious Pianist who had «Fun» w/Music. I attended the very same Conservatory he did; the WISCONSIN CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC & DRAMATIC ART. He was our most famous Alumnus & I knew, personally, his brother GEORGE. I prayed for «Lee» when he got sick. He did more to «introduce» the Piano to the General Public, than any other «public» Pianist!! I thank God for Liberace. from LcbS

  • Trancelvania1000

    1 marzo, 2013

    This guy was talented, a maestro, a true artiste, a great showman and a well loved celebrity, the likes of which we’re hardly to witness again,,,,,, most of today’s so called celeb’s or pondlife for want of a better word are not talented enough to clean the notes on his piano,,

  • Gioagla

    1 marzo, 2013

    Rapsody in Blue….the greatest american composition ever made

  • mikrich76

    1 marzo, 2013

    WHO GIVE A RAT’S BUTT what his private life was??? I saw him in concert, and what an amazing show, an amazing talent. Mr Showmanship has the audience eating out of the palm of his hand! He brought a wealthy society matron on stage, and had her giggling like a school girl. Unreal performer. Sad some seem threatened by his private life- it takes NOTHING away from what he gave us

  • steve tjehlt

    1 marzo, 2013

    This guy here is one of the best musicians of all time as far as I’m concerned. I am sooooooo
    glad someone had the good sense to include his serious works on youtube. It would have been a real sin to just put that pop crap he played on here. Who in their right mind can find fault with his playing. It is breathtaking to watch. I just wish he were still alive to hear our comments. This guy is the H-bomb of the piano, as far as I’m concerned!!!

  • lancetop

    1 marzo, 2013

    Mamey, your Greasy Old Grannie could play piano, but she was more masculine than Liberace!

  • mamey lay

    1 marzo, 2013

    And, can u play like Lib did?

  • ardeladimwit

    1 marzo, 2013

    good pianist and wise to understand his value as entertainer rather than struggle in shadow of the SuperMasters running about. Technically very fine pianist who could and did take on just about anything and make it sound and look easy. He parodied himself constantly. Food is better in stomach.He enriched the world. Claiming he wasn’t serious pianist is like saying Fiedler not a conductor because he conducted Boston Pops. brilliant pianist

  • 104Kojack

    1 marzo, 2013

    Be my Maestro, Lee,
    Passion more seen, soul more heard,
    Play Liberace,
    Piano’s rosetta stone,
    Maestro music is that way.

  • billy12080

    1 marzo, 2013

    Just read some more of the comments. Being gay has nothing to do with talent. Mr. Liberace was never vulgar on stage, always played to his audience, and was always polite. He depended on his talent, on his costuming to be sure, and on good writers. He didn’t have to utter obscene words to be «funny». You could take your kids to the Liberace show and they’d have fun.

  • billy12080

    1 marzo, 2013

    Liberace realized early on that he would not be successful as a strictly «purist» classical pianist—-not dismissing his talent at all—-but he probably was not as good as Horowitz or Arthur Rubenstein, who were active about the time Liberace was beginning his career. On the other hand he was talented enough to arrange some classics in ways that made them appeal to a HUGE audience and in the meantime introduce lots of people to great music. And make a lot of money along the way.

  • gottlieb1899

    1 marzo, 2013

    Rick Wakeman might, if the arthritis hasn’t caught up with him.

  • Poniesnpaint

    1 marzo, 2013

    He was vastly under-rated for being somewhat «unusual» in his demeanor, but man could he play! He made me wish I could have had lessons—and I begged desperately for them, but it never happened—to this day I’m sad about that, but still am fascinated by his playing—seems so effortless, but only long hours of practice can produce that level of genius.!

  • Peter Brooker

    1 marzo, 2013

    un-believable. anyone else play like this guy nowadays?

  • fairskyze

    1 marzo, 2013

    Beautiful. I wish I’d followed him years ago.

  • YouHaveToLetItAirOut

    1 marzo, 2013

    Lee, as he was known to all, never gave himself credit for being the Musician he truely was. He was a humble, friendly man, who spent his time with friends in Palm Springs- LOVED by untold MILLIONS! Thank you, Mr. Showmanship!!! R.I.P.

  • YouHaveToLetItAirOut

    1 marzo, 2013

    Hey, BUDDY, It takes ONE to KNOW one! Maybe you should vote yourself a close # 3 spot?

  • lancetop

    1 marzo, 2013

    Hey take it easy friend! I’m gay too! lol

  • notaras1985

    1 marzo, 2013

    you are below zero you trash.

  • lancetop

    1 marzo, 2013

    Liberace and Richard Simmons are the two gayest men in the Universe.

  • Lucy Porter

    1 marzo, 2013

    Have watched this movie several times. Have a copy of it. Wish it was also on DVD.. Gershwins Rhapsody in Blue is my ultimate favorite piece of music. Liberace’s rendition of it is amazing. But what does he play that isn’t amazing?

  • Citizen Kane

    1 marzo, 2013

    He was a genuinely wonderful human being, and whatever his preferences were, he is still a hero as far as I am concerned.

  • keyboardmagic

    1 marzo, 2013

    …Just wanted to correct the information above. They did not tear down Liberace’s former home in Las Vegas. For years after his death, they used the home for parties, weddings, etc. I attended birthday celebrations at the home in the past. However, they have since sold the furnishings in recent years, but the house still remains.

  • keyboardmagic

    1 marzo, 2013

    Yes, the Museum closed to the public in October 2010; however, they plan to have a national tour of Liberace’s artifacts beginning next year, which will include many costumes, pianos, 2-3 automobiles, candelabras & so much more…..Proceeds will go to the Liberace Foundation. So, Liberace’s things are still in the Museum…This year is also the 25th anniversary of his passing on Feb. 4th….We must never forget this kind and wonderful entertainer who bought joy to millions…