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August 31, 2009
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Chocolate artist Rubén Álvarez has created a limited-edition chocolate Huevo Código, or Code Egg, made to resemble real eggs. The eggs are packaged in a laser-cut carton and include a white label that is signed and numbered by the artist, giving the package a daily, domestic look. The label was specifically designed to look like an actual receipt. Additionally, each chocolate egg is numbered. (Package design: Zoo Studio, www.zoo.ad; Photo by: Iván Raga)

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