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Weekends Bid Price Similar Designs Location
This chart shows the cumulative visits throughout the 17-day hunt.
Egg hunters were most active during the two weekends.
Note the bigger slope on weekends:
Jeff Koon's egg was not the most-visited during the hunt,
but it fetched the highest bid at the auction: $900,000.
His egg was responsible for more than half of the total 1.6M raised by the auction.
Looking at the 250+ eggs, there were some common themes.
For example, both Curtis Kulig and Donald Baechler made smileys.
Many more visited Curtis' smiley:
The hunt included many well-known designers,
including Ralph Lauren and Tommy Hilfiger.
Lauren's egg was the fifth most-visited egg,
while Tommy Hilfiger's egg was one of the least-visited.
This disparity is likely due to location - Lauren's
egg was in Rockefeller Center, while
Hilfiger's egg was in the
Brooklyn Navy Yard.
Hotspots Soho Brooklyn Further Out
The most-visited eggs were in the spots with the most eggs - Rockefeller Center had 18 eggs and Time Warner had 12.
Few eggs were between 23rd and Houston, but many were below Houston. Of these eggs in Soho, the one by artist Dain had the most visits:
Eggs were scattered in Brooklyn between Dumbo and Coney Island. Brooklyn's most-visited eggs were at the end of the Manhattan Bridge, like Chrissy Angliker's:
All five boroughs had eggs. Three were in Sunnyside Queens, and three at the Staten Island Ferry. The furthest was April Gorkin's at the Bronx Botanical Garden: