Artist Paints On Eggs

It’s important this artist doesn’t crack under the pressure of his work – because he creates spectacular celebrity portraits by delicately painting EGGS. Dedicated John Lamouranne, nicknamed The Egg Man, spends hours painstakingly painting everyone from Hollywood star EGG-y Murphy to YOLK-a from Star Wars. He started back in the late 1970s after a trip with his daughter to Disney World prompted him to create a replica of the loveable Mickey Mouse.

It's important this artist doesn't crack under the pressure of his work - because he creates spectacular celebrity portraits by delicately painting EGGS. Dedicated John Lamouranne, nicknamed The Egg Man, spends hours painstakingly painting everyone from Hollywood star EGG-y Murphy to YOLK-a from Star Wars. He started back in the late 1970s after a trip with his daughter to Disney World prompted him to create a replica of the loveable Mickey Mouse.

It's important this artist doesn't crack under the pressure of his work - because he creates spectacular celebrity portraits by delicately painting EGGS. Dedicated John Lamouranne, nicknamed The Egg Man, spends hours painstakingly painting everyone from Hollywood star EGG-y Murphy to YOLK-a from Star Wars. He started back in the late 1970s after a trip with his daughter to Disney World prompted him to create a replica of the loveable Mickey Mouse.

It's important this artist doesn't crack under the pressure of his work - because he creates spectacular celebrity portraits by delicately painting EGGS. Dedicated John Lamouranne, nicknamed The Egg Man, spends hours painstakingly painting everyone from Hollywood star EGG-y Murphy to YOLK-a from Star Wars. He started back in the late 1970s after a trip with his daughter to Disney World prompted him to create a replica of the loveable Mickey Mouse.

It's important this artist doesn't crack under the pressure of his work - because he creates spectacular celebrity portraits by delicately painting EGGS. Dedicated John Lamouranne, nicknamed The Egg Man, spends hours painstakingly painting everyone from Hollywood star EGG-y Murphy to YOLK-a from Star Wars. He started back in the late 1970s after a trip with his daughter to Disney World prompted him to create a replica of the loveable Mickey Mouse.