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Simpsons creator Matt Groening once drew Mac heaven for Apple

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Matt Groening Reveals The Simpsons Springfield is Named After the One in Oregan

Humor : Geekosystem

In an interview with Smithsonian Magazine, The Simpsons creator Matt Groening revealed the one and only burning question fans of the show have ever wanted to know: Where is Springfield?

Matt Groening Reveals the Real Location of The Simpsons’ Springfield

Humor : Laughing Squid

Smithsonian magazine recently interviewed The Simpsons creator Matt Groening and, after 25 years, he has revealed the namesake for the show’s fictional town of Springfield (Oregon!). The entire interview is a great read. OK, why do ...

Vintage ‘Simpsons’ Doodles Drawn on Napkins by Matt Groening

Technology / Social Media : Mashable: Social Media

Bart Via FixerOfDeath Click here to view this gallery. Not long after The Simpsons premiered in primetime, show creator Matt Groening apparently drew a few doodles on Bennigan’s napkins for a waitress at the restaurant. She recently...

Apple Ads by Matt Groening

Humor : Neatorama

Matt Groening, creator of The Simpsons, teamed up with Apple in 1989 to try and sell computers to college kids. The artwork for the “Who Needs a Computer Anyway?” booklet came from Groening’s book, School is Hell. It seems an odd pa...

It’s 1989. The Simpsons creator Matt Groening is drawing for Apple Computer.

Technology : The Next Web Blog

There’s a history lesson that I bet you didn’t know. Years ago, The Simspons’ Matt Groening used to sketch away his days working with Apple Computer for its advertising campaigns. Groening created this rather stunning piece which we...

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