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The Chicken Made Of Eggs

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After his ingenious work on the Mobile Phone Russian Dolls, genuine legend Kyle Bean has struck gold again with this painstakingly well-constructed piece of brilliance.

The Brighton based designer came up with the 'What Came First?' sculpture as he's a self-confessed fan of visual puns.

"I thought it would be a nice ironic twist to actually make a chicken from eggs" Bean said. "It has taken a couple of failed attempts and I have eaten quite a few poached eggs and omelettes in the last couple of weeks, but I have finally finished the sculpture."

If you fancy checking out some more of his work then click here.

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