Back of The Washington Post's 2nd Annual Peep Show This year the folks at the Washington Post put together their second annual Peeps Show. It's a contest they run in which they invite their readers to put together Peeps dioramas. This year they received over 800 entries, and narrowed that down to 31 semi-finalists and one winner. The winner is Laura Sillers, who whipped up a diorama called "The Tomb of King Peepankhamun." It includes Peeps hieroglyphics, a mummified Peep and more. I've put a few of my favorites below, but be sure to check out all 32 winning entries. View 5 Photos › Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Photo 5 Source Comments aimeeb 9 years Ha so awesome. rosey_y 9 years Thank you for posting! I get such a cheap thrill out of any food art like this. I still fantastize about those vegetable landscapes! MollyKat25 9 years I love these! I remember seeing last years peeps. will205 9 years too cute! adco 9 years Peeps are the cutest, though I can't stand how they taste. GrapeBubbleGum 9 years These are amazing! sophia_HL 9 years lets microwave it! anniekim 9 years I love peeps! More the concept than the taste. These Peep dioramas are brilliant.