>Jeepers, Creepers


Where’d you get those PEEPS?

Chilean Miners


It’s that time of year again.  The Washington Post Peeps Diorama Contest is upon us- or the winners were announced in last weekend’s edition of the WP Magazine, just in time for Easter this weekend.  Has April whizzed by everyone else, or is it just me?  It’s finally warm here, and that’s a good thing since it’s almost MAY.  We’re not here to discuss the weather though.  We’re here to discuss matters of high design.  Ahem, PEEPS.

Who doesn’t love that marshmallowy goodness?  Especially when disguised as a Chilean Miner rescue mission, as portrayed by the winning diorama.  That one was pretty good, I’ll admit, but there were some other really impressive ones this year.

For example:



This one depicts the Metro escalator malfunctioning at the Foggy Bottom Station, oh and a fire on the tracks.  If you live around here, you know just exactly what that is all about.

Another travel-related entry:



Yes, those are Peeps getting full-body scans and pat-downs at the airport.  Even marshmallow bunnies can’t escape the TSA.

Another one of my favorites involves Tiger Blood:



Yes, that would be Charlie Sheen receiving a transfusion of Tiger Blood.  How on earth did they make those Peeps into little tigers I will never know.

See the rest of the 35 finalists (from over 900 entries) in a slideshow on the Post’s website.

Until next year!


3 thoughts on “>Jeepers, Creepers

  1. >did you know all peeps' eyes are hand stamped? That's why sometimes the eyes are off to the sides, etc… like snowflakes, no two peeps are exactly alike!

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