Banksy takes Simpsons into sweatshop
From The Guardian:
Celebrated street artist Banksy has turned his talents to The Simpsons, creating an opening sequence featuring an Asian sweatshop.
The minute-long opening sequence begins almost as usual, but with Banksy’s tag being sprayed across Springfield monuments, and a masked Bart writing “I must not write all over the walls” over the walls of his schoolroom.
It then pans to a dark, dilapidated factory where dozens of workers animate sketches of the family. Cats are shown being thrown into a wood chipper to create stuffing for merchandise such as Bart Simpson dolls. A unicorn, chained to the factory wall, is used to punch holes in DVDs.