One of the most read articles on our old site was about the gorgeous Easter eggs by Franc Grom. Master Grom sadly died almost exactly two years ago.

The master craftsman from Vrhnika, Slovenia, drilled tiny holes into fragile egg shells to create beautiful artworks. Each egg has between 2,500 and 3,000 holes in it.

Fragile easter eggs by franc grom

His breathtaking art can be seen in the Japanese imperial court, the White House, the German, Russian and many other presidential palaces around the world.

He was showcased by Reuters shortly before his death. Watch it here.

Photos by: Srdjan Živulović, Hrvoje Polan, Andreja Žakelj

We went on a hunt for a tree. Not just any tree. A tree in a Botanical garden of University of Maribor that was planted by my aunt the day my nephew was born. How cute is that?

We had a little x on a map and a photo of the tree. And we went. After surprisingly many wows and ahhs, since there are just plants, we found it. And it’s a cute little tree, with a funny name Koelreuteria paniculata.