The Big Egg Hunt is the world’s biggest egg hunt, with over 260 egg sculptures individually created by leading artists and designers. Scattered across London in 2012 and New York in 2014, the exhibition has raised over $2 million for our conservation work and reached over a billion people.
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‘I have not seen so much excitement in the city since Kate and Wills tied the knot!’ – Stacey Widlitz for CNBC News
The London event...
- Raised over £1 million for Elephant Family and Action for Children
- Broke two Guinness World Records titles
- Engaged with over 1 million people
The Big Egg Hunt NYC
New York, 2014
New Yorkers delighted in taking part in the world’s biggest egg hunt in the spring of 2014, where over 260 egg sculptures were scattered across the city. The egg shaped masterpieces were designed by incredible artists such as Jeff Koons, Tracey Emin, Bruce Weber, Julian Schnabel, Peter Beard and Zaha Hadid and raised $1million for our conservation work and our beneficiary charity, Studio in a School. 500,000 people used our mobile app and ONE BILLION people were reached by more than 628 MILLION media hits.
The Big Egg Hunt
Londoners rose to the egg-citing challenge of finding over 200 giant eggs created by leading artists, celebrities and designers in 40 days as part of The Big Egg Hunt in London. Sponsored by Faberge, the event raised over £1 million for Elephant Family and Action for Children, broke two Guinness World Records titles and engaged with over 1 million people.