I have a confession. I love eggs. I love eggs in all its forms. I can have eggs for breakfast, lunch, dinner and midnight snack. I also love egg-inspired and egg-related stuff like the beautiful Golden Egg Savings Bank and the disgusting Peter Petrie Egg Separator. And my latest egg find is the lovely Eggy Sink created by German designer Bouchti Amin. The curious design takes a cue from the natural beauty of a perfectly boiled egg cut in half with a horn-shaped faucet installation symbolizing the symbiosis between man, nature and space. By using the figure of one of the most common foods across the world, the designer reinforces the idea of art derived from its natural essence and reflects upon food as being satisfactory to the body as well as to our superior aesthetic senses. Check out some more samples of Amin’s superb designs after the jump.
Source: Design Spotter