Wang Huaping, a Chinese artist and football fan, carves the faces of famous football players on eggs.
Wang Huaping has carved hundreds if not thousands of eggs, and is an established artist in his home city of Tianjin.
His eggs include portraits of famous football players like Lionel Messi, David Beckham, or David Villa, all carved with a fine chisel. He has also carved the logos and mascots of the 2010 and 2014 FIFA Football World Cups.
I’d like to see him try it on a Creme Egg. That would be cracking.
Originally posted on The 12elfth Man:
Well this looks like an event not to be missed, lovers of design and football!
Join the National Football Museum and Manchester Print Fair to discover beautiful design inspired by the beautiful game.
This special event will feature work for sale from creative designers from across the city and beyond: a celebration of creativity in football and a chance to buy some brilliant artworks!
PLUS, there’s a chance to have your creativity showcased and sold at the National Football Museum: the Design Derby poster competition is open to all!
The only brief is to design an A3 poster celebrating this year’s World Cup in Brazil. Just email your design as a hi-res PDF to firstname.lastname@example.org by 7th May 2014.
4 designs will be chosed as winners by a panel of football and art experts. These designs will be sold in the National Football Museum shop online and in-store for the…
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I’m getting in early before the inevitable flood of Easter-related football posts… Egg-cellent!
Jermaine Maurice Easter (born 15 January 1982 in Cardiff) is a Welsh international footballer currently playing as a striker for Millwall.
…And not forgetting Easter Road – the home of Hibs.
Happy Easter everyone…
Le ballon, il fait aller chercher