The Simpsons Street Art – Graffiti Comes To Life

The Simpsons, probably the best cartoon series ever. As we all have used to them watching on TV, their fans got out different approach. An inspiring artists painted some of the best cartooned graffiti which I saw. There are many heroes from the famous cartoon, Homer, Bart, Mr Burns and many others.

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The second part of those graffiti are located in Vancuver, Canada and the first part is from different cities. However, these looks so great that maybe there are no words to explain them.

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Via LaughingSquid and Flickr.

8 thoughts on “The Simpsons Street Art – Graffiti Comes To Life”

  1. The image (treat art 5) of Homer in a straw hat is in Jakarta- he is wearing the dress of a traditional Javanese farmer and the speech bubbles says, “Sampahnya di mana?” “Your trash is WHERE?”- it’s part of a government funded anti-litter campaign- involving local street artists- to stop public littering.
    I think 5 to the end are all from Jakarta- they look familiar. We have a million Banksies here.

  2. Correct:
    I drove past this very image today it says “Sawahnya di mana?”- “Where are the ricefields?”- it is a clever socio-environmental and socio-economic comment about Jakarta- and the exclusion of the rural the traditional and the poor- too complex and boring to discuss at length.

  3. Correction:
    I drove past this very image today it says: “Sawahnya di mana?”- “Where are the ricefields?”- it is a clever socio-environmental and socio-economic comment about Jakarta- and the exclusion of the rural the traditional and the poor- too complex and boring to discuss at length.

  4. Correction:
    I drove past the graffiti this morning on way to work. Speech bubbles says: “Sawahnya di mana?”- meaning “where are {sic: my] ricefields”- it is a clever socio-environmental and socio-economic comment about issues to do with rapid development and the displaced rural poor- and also about land rights issues.
    We have so many problems- who said multi-culturalism was easy- and these are all racially Indonesians!

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