Making of the Extraordinary Exbury Egg

Posted By Rich Christianson | Posted: 07/09/2013 8:03PM

 

The Exbury Egg, is both work of art and working laboratory, the brainchild of English artist Stephen Turner. This time-elapse video shows construction of the 20-foot by 9-foot egg that features a double layer of reclaimed cedar as its shell.

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Reclaimed Cedar Forms Shell of Floating Exbury Egg

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Rich Christianson

Rich Christianson is Associate Publisher and Editor at Large of Woodworking Network. During his 25+ years covering the wood products industry, Rich has toured hundreds of manufacturing plants throughout North America, Europe and Asia. His reporting has covered everything from the state of the industry and impact of wood imports to technology and environmental issues. In his current capacity he is responsible for editing the daily Woodworking Network Update newsletter and coordinating events including the annual Cabinets & Closets Conference & Expo and Canada’s biennial Woodworking Machinery & Supply Expo. He can be contacted at rchristianson@woodworkingnetwork.com or follow him on Google+.

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