'Rebirth' by Leyla. I wanted to show the fragility and innocence of the egg by depicting a mother and a child, symbolic of the strongest and most ancient bonds in the world. Life is full of these intrinsic cyclic relationships, empowered by mutual dependence and love.
Fabergé Egg-Hunting for Charity Takes Over London's Streets A city-wide Easter egg hunt with a golden egg as the grand prize may sound like a magical premise straight from Roald Dahl's imagination, but in London, it's become a reality.
'The Prince' by Sarah Foskett. A modern interpretation of a traditional FabergÈ egg: a giant, luxurious, opulent egg with a contemporary twist. It has glistening layers of highly pigmented colours encrusted with gold - fit for a prince!
'Basileus' by Robinson Pelham. Design is amalgamation of 2 concepts - nurturing of offspring and beauty of the constellations. Male Emperor penguin incubates egg through Antarctic winter, resting it on its feet away from freezing ground. Penguin, just like an Easter egg, is a metaphor for nurturing of new life. Crystalline snow on his back is reflection of the constellations above in black winter sky. Mythology of these constellations stems from ancient Greeks, Basileus, means Emperor.