Architects like black. It is minimal and classic, quite a contrast to the traditional painted Easter egg. As children we enjoy painting Easter eggs in wild, colorful designs, but as adults our taste change. So why not give this tradition an architectural twist, a little more in tune with a minimalistic taste? A Black Easter Egg! It works very well with the yellows of Spring flowers like Daffodils and Forsythia. The pure black form contrasting with both the color and shape of the flowers.
For a little more color and fun why not attempt to recreate some twentieth Century art on the eggs? Maybe a little Mondrian or El Lissitsky like the two eggs below.