Here at Martha Stewart Living, we take crafting very seriously — especially when it comes to the holidays. Easter happens to be one of our favorites because the decorating possibilities for eggs are endless. We even had an Easter Eggstravaganza a few years ago, where the staff created dozens of decorated eggs to give everyone some egg-cellent ideas. Although we strive to be the ones to share ideas, even we need inspiration sometimes, like these painted eggs we discovered that were made by Marie Troïtski, who re-creates masterpieces from famous artists on her Easter eggs.
Troïtski's has re-created some paintings on eggs that anyone would recognize like The Scream egg the famous painting by Edvard Munch and Andy Warhol's Campbell's Soup Can. Others are more obscure, but part of the fun is guessing what they are, is that René Magritte's The Son of Man, we see?
When she's not painting eggs, Troïtski is an architect student in Paris as well as a pastry chef. Take a look at her Instagram and website to see her latest works. Hopefully, you're now inspired to create egg masterpieces of your very own. Happy decorating!
Feeling inspired? Why not make your very own beautifully floral-inspired Easter eggs: