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Pinhole Cameras Made Out of Hollow Eggs, Break Shell to See Picture

Using blown eggs (basically empty, but complete, eggshells), Francesco Capponi made pinhole cameras that capture somewhat creepy negative photos. Dubbed the Pinhegg, the camera can only take one photo, because the eggshell must be broken in order to see the actual photo, thus destroying the camera. Head on over to Lomography to check out Capponi’s instructions on how to make the camera, and head on past the break to see a few more of the photos.

(Lomography via Boing Boing)

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