For Easter in 2014, I did my first Easter post which was on peep dioramas. It was the only Easter post I did that year because I worked on a series called History of the World According to the Movies in March which was a project that took me until just before the 4th of July. Let’s just say it was a longer project than I thought since movies tend to cover a lot of about history but I stopped with the 1990s. Still, it proved to be very popular and I enjoyed doing one so much that decided to do another peep diorama post the next year along with the other Easter posts I did. Again, doing Easter was such a success along with the peep dioramas that I couldn’t think of doing the holiday without a post on these. After all, it would be like doing posts on Valentine’s Day without doing something on vintage valentines. And I know it’s because people like vintage valentines so much that my stats shoot up to over 1,000 views on February 14th. Still, while of you remember marshmallow peeps as inedible sugar coated marshmallow candies which are utterly disgusting to eat, some people use them in the world of art. So much so that there are contests pertaining to peep dioramas around Easter each year. The most famous being the Washington Post. Yes, the paper that helped expose Watergate in the 1970s, yet I haven’t seen a peep diorama on that. Else, I’d show it if I found one. Nevertheless, without further adieu, I give you more peep dioramas to look at for your Easter viewing pleasure.
- Little Peeps Farmer’s Market is open for business.
Sure nothing’s edible here. But I think it’s nice that other peeps are buying fresh produce from their local farms.
2. Behold, He has risen! Hallelujah!
Yes, Peepsus as risen from the dead, as it was written. And here’s a peep diorama to tell the tale.
3. Spiderpeep, Spiderpeep, does whatever a spider can…
Kind of funny that he’s at Time Square. as you can see from the Broadway signs. Also, kind of funny that they made a Spiderman musical on Broadway.
4. Of course, George Bunnington wants to bring a surprise to the Hessians this Christmas.
Yes, I might have done Washington Crossing the Delaware in my first peep diorama post. But this one is more in tune with the painting.
5. Seems like a lot of Peeps gathered for a Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear.
I remembered when Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert did this in 2010 when I was in college. Love this peep rendition.
6. Of course, sometimes even peeps need autopsies.
Nevertheless, looking into a real coroner’s office might induce nightmares. But I think this is pretty clever.
7. Even in the Great White North, Peeps manage to make themselves at home.
I suppose these are northern Alaskan peeps. Still, like the sled dog chicks and Northern Lights in this.
8. It’s time to play the music/It’s time to light the lights/It’s time to meet the Muppeeps on the Muppeep Show tonight.
This is how The Muppet Show started during the 1970s. I’m sure you’ll be able to spot your favorite characters.
9. Hear there is congested traffic in the Peeptown Tunnel during Rush Hour.
And it’s said this one has a 3 mile back up. They’re going to be in for a rather long time.
10. In your American history, who can remember Bunbert E. Lee’s surrender to Ulyspeep S. Grant at Appomallox Courthouse?
Yes, this is the moment when the American Civil War was effectively over. Now it’s forever immortalized with Easter marshmallow candy.
11. Lord, let us pray that these grounded bunnies get out alive.
This depicts the Chilean miner rescue that also took place in 2010. Yes, I know these recall events that took place years ago. But you take what you can get.
12. Then you have the peeps who like to order stuff they’ve seen on infomercials.
There’s the late Bunny Mays on the TV screen. Still, I like the bunny with the Snuggie. And the one with the pull up thing.
13. As far as peep dioramas go, nothing gathers so much excitement as Peep by Peepwest.
The kind of movie that shows a thrilling climax at Mount Peepmore and the plane missing you. This is so great. Love this.
14. Wonder how you solve this Peepex Cube?
It’s a Rubix Cube decorated with marshmallow peeps. Get it? Still, think it’s clever.
15. Of course, there are some peeps that don’t observe Easter as seen here.
Indeed, this is a family seder with the Chickstein family. And yes, they’re celebrating Passover.
16. Who could ever forget the Oscar Wilde classic A Picture of Dorian Peep?
It’s a story of a bunny who remains young while his picture depicts him as a squishy mess. And he loses his soul.
17. With enough peeps, you can make a masterpiece such as this one by Vincent Van Peep.
Yes, this is a peep depiction of Starry Night. And there’s Vincent Van Peep with part of his ear cut off.
18. As well all know, Peexar’s Eep still is an animated masterpiece.
Like how they use the peeps as balloons for the house. So clever.
19. Of course, pop culture calls me to acknowledge the existence of Kim Kardashibun.
This is from a photo shoot she did but I can’t remember whom. Mostly because I have no interest in the Kardashibuns whatsoever.
20. Those who lived in 2011 should recount how Brides Peeps was a comedy sensation.
This is a take off from Bridesmaids. Still, love the hair styles on these bunnies.
21. In the world of peeps, it’s like everyone is being watched.
This one is in 3 areas. On left is the White House. The middle has an American home. And the one on the right is the NSA.
22. Peepsalot! Peepsalot! I know it sounds a bit bizarre…
Of course, in Peepsalot, you have the Knights of the Peep table, Merpeep, and others. Undone by a royal extramarital affair and a royal bastard.
23. On Mardi Peep, things are bound to get crazy in New Orleans.
Yes, I showed a Mardi Gras peep diorama before. Yet, this one is different.
24. Don’t look now, but there seems to be a murder.
I guess this is a murder mystery peep diorama. Wonder who did it here. The butler is too obvious as a suspect.
25. Can you tell me how to get, how to get to Sesame Peep?
Let’s hope HBO doesn’t ruin this show.But if it should pick this up, maybe make it into a kids’ show version of The Wire.
26. Oh, no, it’s the Cuddlepeep!
Yeah, wouldn’t want to be that bunny. Still, the Cuddlepeep is really messed up if you asked me.
27. When it comes to flying, you can’t rely on any pilot better than Captain Sully Peppenberger.
This one is of the Miracle on the Hudson River. Yes, it took place years ago. But this is a cool diorama.
28. When it comes to two bunnies in love, it’s all music and sharing spaghetti.
This is a diorama of the iconic spaghetti music number from Lady and the Tramp. Yes, it’s adorable.
29. You can find a lot of cool things on Peepterest.
Yes, you can. And it’s a very helpful site for bloggers like me. Still, love this.
30. Those who lived in the 1980s might remember playing Peep Man.
It’s an old game by Atbunni in which Peep Man must eat through the maze before being caught by monsters. Yes, it’s hard to explain.
31. Those who lived through the 1960s might fondly remember the music of the Beach Peeps.
These bunnies introduced the world to California surf music. However, their leader’s Bunny Wilson’s eccentricities almost doomed the group.
32. Norman Peepwell is just checking himself in a mirror.
This is based on Norman Rockwell’s self-portrait, which is rather famous American art. Like the other portraits at the canvas.
33. Spin the wheel and guess the phrase to win a brand new motorcycle.
Let me guess, “Washington Post.” How did I know that?
34. Seems like Bilbo Bunnins has an unexpected dinner party.
After this, he’s bound to go on an adventure with Peepdalf and the dwarf bunnies. You known, to the mountain with the dragon in it.
35. Peepstones, they’re the Peepstones, they’re a modern Stone Age family.
I’m sure the Peeps in the Stone Age were that sophisticated. Nor did they coexist with dinosaurs either.
36. Seems like Westbunster Abbey is having a royal wedding.
This depicts the royal wedding of Will and Kate which was a few years ago. Now they have 2 kids.
37. In her initiative to prevent childhood obesity, First Lady Michelle Peebama started Let’s Move.
Well, she also started a White House veggie garden, too. Still, this is so adorable.
38. Seems like these bunnies are a little into the beyond.
Yes, these peeps are holding a seance from an Oujia board. And a ghost peep has just appeared.
39. Nevertheless who could ever forget Disney’s Frozen?
Had to put one of Frozen on this post. Because I’m sure a lot of girls adore Elsa. Love the marshmallow Olaf.
40. Unfortunately, this little chick has just learned the hard truth.
Oh, yes, Soylent Green is peeple. IT’s so dramatic whenever Charlton Heston has to say it in front of everyone.
41. Seems like this little bunny has no place to go.
This is a peep version of Castaway. Never saw the movie, but I think many of my readers might enjoy this.
42. This chick really likes to swing in her full attire.
This is based on an 18th century painting by a French guy named Fragonard. It’s said to be a masterpiece.
43. If you like violent and suspenseful movies, then you’ll like No Country for Old Peeps.
I don’t think the bunny with the gun and the box of money has long to live. I just don’t.
44. It was 20 years ago today, Sergeant Peeper taught the band to play…
That’s definitely Sergeant Peeper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. And yes, it seems like it has a lot of members. Love it.
45. Do you hear the peeple sing?/Singing the songs of angry men/It is the music of the the peeple who will not be slaves again.
Once I saw this was a diorama of Les Miserables, I had to include this. This is just so perfect.
46. Remember, when hunting always practice proper gun safety.
Okay, Mr. Cheney, I’m sure you didn’t mean to shoot your friend in the face. Yet, despite that it happened while you were still Vice President, I couldn’t pass this up.
47. Remember that time in 2012 when Newt Peeprich talked about building a colony on the moon?
Well, this is just out of someone’s imagination. Still, I bet someone had a lot of fun with what the colony would’ve looked like.
48. No matter what happens, things always go well for the top 1 peepcent.
Still, this doesn’t dismiss the fact that they’re greedy assholes who tanked the economy and buy politicians to do their bidding. Bastards.
49. For the more philosophical sort, here’s Raphael’s Peeps of Athens.
This is based on a famous Renaissance painting by Raphael. Now with marshmallow bunnies.
50. And last but not least, I had to include Leonardo Da Vinci’s Last Supper.
Yes, I did the Last Supper before. But that wasn’t a rendition of Da Vinci’s painting. Still, this is brilliant.