Kyle Bean’s What Came First?
In light of the Easter holiday, here is a simple but clever creation by UK designer Kyle Bean. Described concisely as a “chicken made from eggshells,” his sculpture whimsically illustrates the age-old question and all of its philosophical implications. 
For more interesting work by Bean (favourites include Apps and Aerotropolis) see his website here.
- Erin Saunders
Kyle Bean’s What Came First?
In light of the Easter holiday, here is a simple but clever creation by UK designer Kyle Bean. Described concisely as a “chicken made from eggshells,” his sculpture whimsically illustrates the age-old question and all of its philosophical implications. 
For more interesting work by Bean (favourites include Apps and Aerotropolis) see his website here.
- Erin Saunders
Kyle Bean’s What Came First?
In light of the Easter holiday, here is a simple but clever creation by UK designer Kyle Bean. Described concisely as a “chicken made from eggshells,” his sculpture whimsically illustrates the age-old question and all of its philosophical implications. 
For more interesting work by Bean (favourites include Apps and Aerotropolis) see his website here.
- Erin Saunders
Kyle Bean’s What Came First?
In light of the Easter holiday, here is a simple but clever creation by UK designer Kyle Bean. Described concisely as a “chicken made from eggshells,” his sculpture whimsically illustrates the age-old question and all of its philosophical implications. 
For more interesting work by Bean (favourites include Apps and Aerotropolis) see his website here.
- Erin Saunders

Kyle Bean’s What Came First?


In light of the Easter holiday, here is a simple but clever creation by UK designer Kyle Bean. Described concisely as a “chicken made from eggshells,” his sculpture whimsically illustrates the age-old question and all of its philosophical implications. 

For more interesting work by Bean (favourites include Apps and Aerotropolis) see his website here.

- Erin Saunders

Kyle Bean’s What Came First?


In light of the Easter holiday, here is a simple but clever creation by UK designer Kyle Bean. Described concisely as a “chicken made from eggshells,” his sculpture whimsically illustrates the age-old question and all of its philosophical implications. 

For more interesting work by Bean (favourites include Apps and Aerotropolis) see his website here.

- Erin Saunders





  Posted on March 29, 2013

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