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THE MISSION: Construct the entire town of Springfield ("The Simpsons") into 3D Pixel Art using only Perler beads.
Created by

Kyle McCoy

52 backers pledged $900 to help bring this project to life.

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    1. Creator Byron on April 2, 2011

      I have to say, I'm a little frustrated that the unveiling tonight is in Queens instead of Brooklyn. Nevertheless I hope it goes well.

    2. Creator mark irving on September 9, 2010

      well done kyle - i won't be in the states for the opening but please give my invite to someone deserving or random and if they could send me a photo of themselves with my glass of wine in their hands I'll be a happy man.
      take care
      mark irving

    3. Creator Ryan Nace on September 7, 2010

      First 8 seasons of the Simpson's were truly gold. well done!

    4. Creator Kristen on August 11, 2010

      Your refreshing honesty about the quality of late-era 'Simpsons' episodes won me over.

    5. Creator Mitheor on August 11, 2010

      I´d say the same as Laura.

      The project looks quite cool, but the rewards are just for NYC guys. I´m from Spain so ... :'(

      Anyway, good luck with this. I´m starting to follow this project right now.

    6. Creator Mike Wendt on August 11, 2010

      For this I'd make a trip to NY, happy to back your project!

    7. Creator Kyle McCoy on August 6, 2010

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    8. Creator Laura on August 5, 2010

      Your project looks pretty cool, but it's a shame that all your "rewards" for backers are so geared towards people in the US - specifically in New York. As I live in the UK, the invitation and the advertising space would not be hugely useful to me, so if I do end up backing your project (because it's cool, and for the Pixel art) I'll feel like I'm missing out compared to people who live locally to you! :-( And that's a shame.....