If there's one thing I can't stand, it's doing nothing.
Tuesday, April 21, 2009
The Washington Post did a fabulously gooy contest challenging people to use PEEPS - the Easter sugary, (faux)-marshmellow candies - in art and sculpture. Some took to recreating famous paintings, others took scenes from TV shows, movies and breaking news events. There's even a "Mrs. Peepcock, in the Conservatory, with the Revolver" murder scene and "Bernard Peepoff's" office FBI crack down. A few are gruesome, all are hysterical. Genius on a sugar high! Here's an Edward Hooper original (get it?) ... and the full gallery here.
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