Kick Starter of the Week: PlayLab's Peep Show

You want to be happy right?  Well that's PlayLab's goal with all of their projects including "Peep Show." 

This week's Kick Starter is art after my heart.  With the goal of making people smile how could you not get behind it?

Peep Show is a large metal sculpture set in a vacant store front windows in Norfolk, VA.  (You can view them until July 1). The sculpture is made up of 12 pyramid shapes with holes to look inside and see something you "normally wouldn't see."  What's inside isn't revealed so I guess if you're in the area, you'll just have to go see for yourself (and let me know!). 

As you can imagine, putting up Peep Show wasn't cheap and they need a little cash to keep their projects moving.  Hence the Kick Starter project. 

If you give a little cash you get a little something in return as usual. Head over and pledge as little as $1 or as much as $2,000 to help them reach their $1,200 goal and then some.

You don't have to take my word for it though. Go to the project page and view the video.  How can you not love these guys?
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