Egyptian artist creates portraits of famous personalities using sunlight, sand and eggs

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Egyptian artist creates portraits of famous personalities using sunlight, sand and eggs” – below is their description.

Employing sunlight, sand and eggs as art materials, Egyptian artist Hossam Gamal creates portraits of famous personalities. Using just a magnifying glass on canvas, Gamal says he is willing to stay in the sun for an hour to create his portrait of Marilyn Monroe.

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