David Ottogalli's 'Peeps Show' Those who got their Easter baskets last week may find only one thing left in the plastic grass: Peeps. They're the tiny marshmallow confections shaped like chicks and bunnies, dyed bright pink, yellow and blue. For artist David Ottogalli, they're the building blocks of art. Don visits a gallery where Ottogalli has installed Peepsshow -- an exhibit of flags, magnets and a chicken coop made from Peeps.
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David Ottogalli's 'Peeps Show'

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David Ottogalli's 'Peeps Show'

David Ottogalli's 'Peeps Show'

David Ottogalli's 'Peeps Show'

Only Available in Archive Formats.

Those who got their Easter baskets last week may find only one thing left in the plastic grass: Peeps. They're the tiny marshmallow confections shaped like chicks and bunnies, dyed bright pink, yellow and blue. For artist David Ottogalli, they're the building blocks of art. Don visits a gallery where Ottogalli has installed Peepsshow — an exhibit of flags, magnets and a chicken coop made from Peeps.

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