See If You Can Recognize These Famous Works Recreated Inside Eggshells


Many of us use eggs as ingredients almost every day. From scrambling up hearty breakfasts to baking fluffy cakes to binding meatballs, eggs are a refrigerator staple. 

But what about using eggs as art?

Artist Süreyya Noyan does just that — recreating classic artworks within dainty eggshells.

"The Kiss," Gustav Klimt

Original: "The Kiss (Lovers)," Gustav Klimt

Gustav Klimt - Google Art Project
Gustav Klimt - Google Art Project

According to Design Taxi, Noyan cracks and cleans the eggs, and using pens or brushes, she decorates the "egg's interior as a fragile and delicate canvas."

According to her Facebook page, Noyan studies Fine Arts at Dokuz Eylül University in Turkey.

Original: "The Scream," Edvard Munch

Continue for more of her beautiful work...

Original: "The Great Wave off Kanagawa," Katsushika Hokusai

Original: "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp," Rembrandt

Original: "The Starry Night," Van Gogh

Additionally, Noyan also paints intricate works featuring Turkey's stunning architectural structures.

Check out her Instagram for more.

(H/T: Design Taxi)