Break out your oversized chocolate creatures and neon pink Peeps, because the Easter bunny has officially landed. That's right, kids, let the egg hunts and lavish brunches begin!

To celebrate the spring-time festivities, we've put together a slideshow of 15 artworks featuring all the key Easter kitsch -- pastel colors, floppy ears, and, of course, eggs. Scroll through the pieces below and let us know how you are spending your holiday weekend in the comments.

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  • The stoic Easter Bunny. Albrecht Durer, "Young Hare" (1502).

  • Janine Antoni's 'Lick and Lather'

    Not your average chocolate bunny. Man observes Janine Antoni's "Lick and Lather," 1993. 7 soap and 7 chocolate self-portrait busts, 24 x 16 x 13 inches each. Collection of Jeffrey Deitch, New York.

  • Noel Coypel's 'Resurrection of Christ'

    Depiction of the resurrection of Jesus on Easter Sunday by the French artist known as Coypel le Poussin. Noel Coypel, "Resurrection of Christ" (1700)

  • Jeff Koons' 'Cracked Egg'

    Imagine how big the chick is. Jeff Koons, "Cracked Egg (blue)" (2008)

  • Fra Angelico's 'Resurrection of Christ and Women at the Tomb'

    An early Italian Renaissance painter's take on the holiday. Fra Angelico, "Resurrection of Christ and Women at the Tomb" (1440-42)

  • Boris Kustodiev's 'The Easter Tradition'

    Do you think she color-coordinated with the eggs on purpose? Boris Kustodiev "The Easter Tradition" (1912).

  • Andrej Dubravsky's 'Pier'

    Creepy Easter bunnies taking a dip. Andrej Dubravsky, Pier, acrylic on canvas, 190 x 130 cm, 2011-12

  • Camille Pissaro's 'Children on a Farm'

    Perfect pastels for Easter Sunday! Camille Pissaro, "Children on a Farm" (1887)

  • Faberge Cuckoo Egg

    The most expensive Easter egg? The Faberge Cuckoo (Cockerel) Egg, part of 'Imperial Treasures: Faberge from the Forbes Collection', on display 08 January, 2004, at Sotheby's auction house in New York. Nine Faberge Imperial Easter Eggs, valued collectively at 90 million USD, from the Forbes Collection will be auctioned on 20 April, 2004 in New York. The Cuckoo Egg, presented by Tsar Nicholas II to his mother, Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna at Easter, 1900, is estimated at 5-7 million USD. AFP PHOTO/Stan HONDA (Photo credit should read STAN HONDA/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Fliegende Blätter's 'Duck Rabbit'

    The famous "<a href="http://mathworld.wolfram.com/Rabbit-DuckIllusion.html" target="_blank">Duck-Rabbit</a>" illusion is only a rabbit today.

  • Scott Campbell's 'Noblesse Oblige'

    One macabre Easter egg. Scott Campbell, "Noblesse Oblige" (2011)

  • Bernhard Plockhorst's 'Victor over the Grave'

    A 19th century altarpiece by German Artist Bernard Plockhorst. What a title, right? Bernhard Plockhorst, "Victor over the Grave" (19th century altarpiece)

  • Constantine Brancusi's 'Newborn'

    A marble easter egg to break your jaw. Constantine Brancusi, "Newborn" (1915)

  • BONUS: The Dali Theater and Museum

    A surrealist museum quite appropriate for Easter. Dalí Theatre and Museum in Figueres, Spain.

  • BONUS: An Egg-Shaped Skyscraper

    An egg-shaped London skyscraper. 30 St Mary Axe (informally known as "The Gherkin"), Foster and Partners, London.