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 like a miniature cartoon version of Upton Sinclair’s 1906 meatpacking exposé The Jungle: Apparently, vats of toxic waste, [...]
On this week's episode of The Simpsons, the mysteriously buzz-worthy graffiti artist Banksy put his famous tags all over the title sequence. The artist's presence didn't simply end there, though: following the standard opening credi... Read Post
The graffiti artist Banksy apparently lent his subversive talents to the title animation sequence on "The Simpsons" last night. During the intro, his name is spray-painted over several of Springfield's more well-known landmarks. 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