Last night's 'MoneyBART' episode of 'The Simpsons' marked yet another first for the long-running show: UK street artist Bansky created the title sequence.
It features an Asian sweatshop, and according to 'The Guardian' newspaper, Banksy was inspired by the fact that much of the 'Simpsons' animation is done in Seoul, South Korea.
It's the first time an artist has been invited to storyboard part of the show, and Bansky said his ideas led to delays, disputes over broadcast standards and a threatened walk out by the animation department.
Graffiti artist Banksy has helped create a controversial title sequence for an episode of The Simpsons - which takes a swipe at Fox.The introduction starts off by panning across a graffiti covered Springfield before seeing Bart writ... Read Post
Street artist Banksy made his mark on The Simpsons Sunday, directing an opening-credit sequence that starts off with graffiti jokes and winds up in a grim Asian animation factory. The last half of the intro, embedded above, plays li... Read Post
The Simpsons has always been subversive, but last night, the animated show took that to a new level by airing a dark, extended opening title sequence—created by UK graffiti artist Banksy—that depicted Asian workers laboring over Sim... Read Post