Staff wearing yellow shirts check guests in at the entrance of the space at a decorative egg cart.
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At the press preview on April 6, Bake Culture provided macarons designed to resemble eggs.
One of the first photo ops in the space features a neon sign with the name of the pop-up against a yellow and green backdrop. Guests can pose in front of the sign with yellow balloons that are placed in front of hanging pieces of cotton. The balloons against the cotton are meant to resemble sunny-side up eggs.
A painted wall displays the black silhouette of an egg along with a cheeky phrase: "You are an egg. Your friends are eggs. Keep your carton full."
One of the most popular photo ops at the pop-up is a life-size egg carton. Guests can pose with giant "eggs" in the carton, both of which were made with foam covered in layers of hard coating.
Hanging above the egg carton is a ceiling installation created with pink spatulas and whisks, familiar tools to anyone who cooks with eggs.
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A black and white living room space features a gum ball machine where guests can retrieve egg-theme prizes by using a customized coin they receive at the entrance.
The Egg House partnered with local vendors including Egg Shop, a popular Lower East Side brunch spot. One of its confections is an white chocolate egg-shape lollipop.
A Instagrammable pop-up isn't complete without a ball pit. The Egg House ball pit, naturally, is filled with white and yellow plastic balls.
Illustrations of eggs against a painted pink wall provide for another eye-popping photo backdrop.
The story of Ellis the Egg is most notably brought to life in a yellow room that depicts the character's bed room. A giant egg prop opens and closes its eyes with projection technology created by Objectseen. The room also has "windows" which display a video of people walking in Washington Square Park.
A downstairs green room was designed to take viewers inside of one of Ellis the Egg's more surreal dreams. The room has a swing that resembles a cracked egg shell.
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