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Aisha Caan: The Big Bang

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Hannah Martin: STUD

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Emma Clegg: Vanitas Vitrified

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Jane Morgan: A Penny For Your Thoughts

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MIA: Eggstatic Eggstacy

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Physical Pixels: Robbie and Walt

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Haruka Miyamoto: Extraordinary Rubbish

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Demelza Hill: Birdie

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Rob and Nick Carter: Metropolis

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Brigitte Williams: Zero Is…

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Alice Anderson: Cocoon

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Shauna Richardson: Crochetdermy Fox

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Zaha Hadid: Dichotomy

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Martin Handford: Where’s Wally?

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Bompas & Parr: Work No. 2620

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Kate Moross: OOOOF

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Sir Peter Blake: Egg

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Andrew Sturgeon: It is but it isn’t

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Leyla: Rebirth

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Petr Weigl: Origin

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Benjamin Shine: Egg Letter Box

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Sponge Creatives: Pop

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Sir Ridley Scott: The Ridley Scott Egg

Work / Art

The Fabergé Big Egg Hunt

There’s an unwritten rule that says that anyone writing anything even vaguely Easter-themed must sprinkle their prose with excruciating egg puns, but here at It’s Nice That we’re better than that. So all we’ll say is that The Fabergé Big Egg Hunt, launched in London yesterday, sees 209 giant eggs placed around the city as part of a fundraising stunt for Elephant Family and Action for Children. There’s cool ones, weird ones, funny ones and beautiful ones, eggs designed by artistic luminaries (Sir Peter Blake, The Chapman Brothers), eggs designed by creatives we love (Kate Moross, Bompas & Parr, Rob Ryan) and eggs designed by film directors (Sir Ridley Scott). Cracking stuff (so close!).