Forget fine art. Brian Dwyer, the Guinness World Record holder for the largest collection of pizza memorabilia, has started building the world’s first pizza museum in Philadelphia. What will you be able to see there? While you’re probably imagining glass display cases holding moldy pieces of Little Caesar’s crazy bread, it's not that disgusting.
Dwyer plans on showing off pizza-related magazines, comic books, vinyl records and strange items created by pizza chains. The joint would of course, also serve pizza.
"There are already museums dedicated to a bunch of other foods: mustard, ramen noodles," Dwyer told the Huffington Post. "I guess the reason no one's opened a pizza museum before is that it's so obvious, so ubiquitous, that people don't think about it as the special thing that it is."
Dwyer has taken to Kickstarter to help raise funds. He's asked for $15,000 for things like an "electronically accessible archive of pizza-related artifacts" and has already raised $4,577. For a pledge of $75 you and three friends get a pizza party while those who pledge $2,000 or more will get 1 free pizza a week for a whole year. Stoners, get on it.