The house in Up was a major part of the storyline in the film, as it had a great effect on the life of main character Carl Fredricksen. It also clearly had quite a lasting effect on those who watched the film, as many creative models of the house have been built since the film arrived in theaters. That tradition continues today, as the Washington Post named a replica of the Up house the winner in their fourth annual Peeps Diorama Contest.
The Washington Post reports that they received more than 1,100 entries but it was the memorable house from Up (titled EEP here) that was the favorite. The image above really does not do the diorama justice as there is an incredible amount of detail present throughout the model, which you can see up-close in a video posted by the newspaper.
We are constantly blown away by the level of creativity displayed in projects such as these!
Source: Washington Post