Peeps Show VII captured modern moments in a form of yesteryear.
A look at this year’s standouts.
Some of the entries for the 2013 Peeps Diorama Contest depicted major news and entertainment events of the past year.
After Hostess Brands declared bankruptcy last year, people across the country mourned the loss of their beloved Twinkie, and the Peeps were no different.
All Washingtonians know that Ben’s Chili Bowl, in operation since 1958, is the place to go if you want a half smoke. It seems Peeps take to the iconic U Street haunt too.
From Olympics to activities to favorite TV shows, kids create fun projects
An iconic moment in history, recreated for the film “Zero Dark Thirty,” is now recreated in Peeps.
This Peeps diorama took the partisan bickering in Congress and the State of the Union and turned it into “Despeepable Congress.”
Mark Rivetti, three-time finalist in our contest, may have finally submitted his masterpeep.
Architecture, art and marshmallow come together as Mark Rivetti constructs his entry for this year’s Peeps diorama contest based on Georges Seurat’s painting “Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte.” Check back on March 27 to see if Rivetti’s diorama is a finalist.