A retrospective of pizza creations.
In honor of the most delicious week of the year (that’s National Pizza Week, of course), we’re serving up a mouth-watering retrospective of ten epically pizzadelic acts of creativity.
From a photographer hunting down ex-Pizza Huts, to a purveyor of pizza tourism, to a band that sent a slice to space — the Kickstarter vaults’ pizza menu could only be compared to a piping-hot everything pie. Dig in!
So… there was that one time a band sent pizza to space. (No, really. Anamanaguchi literally sent a pizza to space.)
The world’s first pizza museum became a thing — and got featured on NPR.
This guy made a documentary-worthy career out of pizza tourism.
A photographer revealed the second lives of abandoned Pizza Huts.
One of our own (hi, Natalie!) made a four-part web series that’s “half pizza cooking show, half pizzercise.”
Epic action figures immortalized “Knights of the Slice.”
Making pizza together is such tasty fun, these buds wrote a book about it.
Hungry vegan and gluten-free pizza fiends had the opportunity to nosh on tasty pies at Burning Man.
Pizza was a love story — but isn’t pizza always a bit of a love story?
And let’s give a big, greasy hug to these two pizzariffic projects. While they didn’t quite make their Kickstarter goals, their pizza potential still feels as strong as a pizzaiolo’s pizza-flipping biceps.
Pizza Bed wanted to help you turn your sleeping spot into a glorious span of pepperoni and melted cheese.
Gift couture pizza wrapping paper could have transformed even the most average gift into a stunning, pizza-themed surprise.
’Til next time, may your slices be gloriously large, and your pies be mouth-wateringly hot and delish.