|These graffiti shots are around
the world but NSK one
with the Homer Simpson
throw-up is taken near
Union Square during May
2003.NSK Homer truck graffiti
Homer and Bart graffiti
Bart Simpson graffiti
Homer the Butt graffitiThe Simpsons Graffiti Mural in Kerrisdale, Vancouver. An amazing graffiti mural featuring the cast of The Simpsons behind an IGA in the Kerrisdale neighborhood of Vancouver. It appears to be in honor of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics.A B C D E F
These beautiful walls come from Miami and they have been painted by the artist titled “julio”
Kang and Kodos
Barney and Moe
7th Letter Production
Close-up of Nelson
Close-up of Bart
Close-up of Wiggum
Close-up of Itchy & Scratchy
Mr. Burns throw-up in Zurich
Homer sabluna b/w
Nelson 2004 by kesr
Krusty Cider in Somerset
Nissan pickup: 1 2 3
Characters on side of the truck
Sticker street art
Homer 1 in cologne, mülheim
Homer 2 in cologne, mülheim
|Eric Harshbarger has made two characters from The Simpsons using Lego bricks – Bart Simpson and his friend Milhouse Van Houten. Bart model stands about three and a half feet tall. Lego Bart probably weighs about 30 pounds. It proved quite tricky to translate the two dimensional picture (right) to three dimensions. The eyes and head, especially, took some ingenuity in order to look correct from all angles (not just the angle profiled in the 2D sketch). In television land reality, Eric realized that Milhouse’s shirt is not really white, but the more accurate light blue just wasn’t gonna happen with Lego bricks. Milhouse stands thirty-seven inches tall and weighs about twenty-five to thirty pounds. Photos used with permission of Eric Harshbarger.
Source photo, Same but in Lego, Bart’s feet, Bart’s head, Bart’s head in front, Milhouse in Lego, Milhouse’s head, Bart and Milhouse, Bart and Milhouse 2
This model of Homer Simpson is 4 feet tall and contains about 10,000 pieces. Sean Kenney spent over 2 weeks designing and building him. It was his first time he had ever built a large-scale LEGO sculpture, and I learned a lot in the process. (A duplicate copy of this model is for sale, $4500). Photos used with permission of Sean Kenney.
The full sculpture, Head-on, The details of his fingers, Set-up 1, Set-up 2
|The electric hammer devised by a team at the University of Bath, UK, uses a motor that is mounted so that it rocks about on a point in the middle of its handle to drive the head of the hammer rapidly back and forth, delivering a rapid succession of blows to its target.
To give credit where it is due, Homer Simpson invented the electric hammer in episode 205 of The Simpsons, “The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace”, first aired in 1998. Even then, it was apparently very similar to an invention seen in the 1984 film Gremlins.
From issue 2524 of New Scientist magazine, 05 November 2005, page 21
Here is collection of miscallenous photos. First there is photo from Finland, Oulu: Simpsons street sign, Homerwalking on the beach, Simpsons mural at Oregon, framegrab from the movie Three Kings and Bart graffiti -Graffiti Web Museum of Leghorn.
Sky Mobile truck
Simpsons hippie vw bus
Simpsons non-hippie vw bus
Watch it Man! -sticker on the car
Flanders sq sign
Ned Flanders st.
Fox Homer ad on street
Sky Mobile truck
Simpsons hippie vw bus
Simpsons non-hippie vw bus
Volvo Ocean Race 2001
Jerome Ave. Bronx
Mural at Oregon
EDI Beach, BAJA California rock
Former First Familymeets future First Family
ata Pediatric AIDS foundation fundraiser
First Bank of Springfield -sign
Metallica were in the studio September 20, 2005 to record their voices for an episode of The Simpsons!
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TORONTO UNION STATION
In Toronto Union Station (a Subway station), there are some Simpsons ads and hardcore Simpsons called Simon took some pictures of them. Pretty sweet material!
Homer on floor, Walls and floor, Homer on the roof Homer on the roof 2 Homer on the floor, again Granpa, Marge and the kids on the wall Homer quote: “i’m a white male, aged…” Close-up of Homer’s head Bart, Lisa, Maggie and Marge Clean shot of wall without people Clean shot of wall without people 2
The Simpsons have spent so long chilling in front of the telly they have frozen on the couch. Ice artists Zac Piatt and DJ Hornacek created this wintry image of Homer?s famous cartoon family. They took eight hours to carve the sculpture from a block of snow. Family is only on display in Omaha, Nebraska, until they melt.
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LIVE SCRIPT READING
There’s more to The Simpsons’ than meets the eye – as the cast of the animated show is proving with sold-out live script-readings in Britain. The Simpsons Mania tour has proved to be just that, as it adds flesh and blood to Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and the dozens of other residents of Springfield. Photos contains Nancy Cartwright, Dan Castellaneta, Yeardley Smith and Tress Macneille and of course Matt Groening with his digital camera.
Dan Castellaneta, Wholle crew, Nancy Cartwright, Voicecast, Matt Groening, Matt Groening 2, Dan Castellaneta, Writers -set
THE SIMPSONS PLANE
In 1995, Western Pacific Airlines, Boeing 737. The Simpsons Archive (website) had a campaign for saving this jet many many years ago but we all know what happened… plane has been repainted. In March 2001 The aircraft has been removed from the fleet.
In the air, In the ground, In the air 2, Yeardleý Smith, Yeardley Smith 2, Marge Simpson, Homer and Bart
SAND HOMER, UK
From the UK’s National Sandcastle competition comes this huge sand homer and sofa.
THE SIMPSONS COMICS 100TH CELEBRATION
Celebration of the Simpsons Comics 100 issue. Photographs feature deitor Paul Terry posing and some others. Not to mention The Simpsons cake!
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Homer Simpson & Tony Blair join in Greenpeace rally in England. Once inside the fence, volunteers dressed as Tony Blair and Homer Simpson wave flags in peaceful protest. Why? Well, to emphasise the utter cartoon-like stupidity of the UK Government’s plans to build a new generation of nuclear power stations…
BART ON SIDEWALK
Matt Groening (creator of the Simpsons) grew up in Portland. He went to Lincoln High, where you can find Bart in the sidewalk (check west of the football field, along 18th).
THE LISA SIMPSONS
A group called “The Lisa Simpsons” proudly and openly claims the credit for altering large numbers of Don Brash billboards overnight and says it plans to keep doing so throughout the country. The Lisa Simpsons were out last night “repackaging” Don Brash to an image that will be more familiar and also more informative for many New Zealanders: the big business, pro-nuclear face of Montgomery Burns from TV?s The Simpsons.
On July 17 in Burbank JetBlue unveiled a special Simpsons-themed A320 — named “Woo-Hoo! JetBlue” as part of film sponsorship. The plane features a special Simpsons graphic next to the plane name. Lots of Simpsons creators and characters. Courtesy Mark Greenberg/JetBlue.
Family on the stairs
Family on the stairs 2
Family on the plane
Bart waving hand
Sticker on the side of the plane
Everyone outside of the plane
Family outside again
Family on yellow carpet
Woo-hoo/Jet Blue logo
Family on the wing
350TH EPISODE PARTIES
Fox rolled out the yellow carpet for guests and glitterati at The Simpsons 350th Episode Block Party at the Fox Studio lot in Los Angeles, California which was held April 25, 2005. In the milestone 350th episode, “Don’t Fear the Roofer,” Stephen Hawking, playing himself, and Ray Romano guest-voice.
James L. Brooks
Brooks, Groenings and Fox CEO’s
Brooks, Groening, Smith and FoxCEO’s
Homer and Groening Matt Groening Matt, James and Chernin Matt Groening and Pamela Hayden Matt, Yeardley and Bart Michael York Nichelle Nichols Ray Romano 1 Ray Romano 2 Ray Romano 3 Ray Romano and Matt Groening The Simpsons Weird Al Yankovic Yeardley Smith Yeardley Smith 2 Yeardley and Lisa Yeardley and Matt Yeardley and Matt 2
FOX’S SIMPSONS LOT
Fox’s Simpsons lot in Hollywood is very colorful containing large Simpsons wall graffiti. It’s rumoured that other side of the lot contains Shelbyville mural… In year 2003, The Simpsons celebrated its 300th episode by decorating the Lot with 300th sign. Photography by Ben Goretsky.
Simpsons golf art
THE SIMPSONS MOVIE
Photos from Finnish movie theater Finnkino Plaza, Oulu, on the opening day of The Simpsons Movie.
BOUNCY CASTLE, 2007
Apparently unlicensed Simpsons Bouncy Castle. As seen in Tossa de Mar, Spain, June 2007.
El Homer 1
El Homer 2
El Homer 3
El Homer 4
AMUSEMENT PARK ATTRACTIONS, 2004
Yet more (apparently unlicensed) Simpsons amusement park attractions. As seen in Benalmadena, Spain, June 2004.
MARDI GRAS, 2000
Front 3 / side 2
Kid / Homer & Marge
Front 4 heads
TV anchor and Homer
CC LEMON CAMPAIGN IN JAPAN
Take a look at these magnificent C.C. Lemon campaign photos from Japan. Photos are from Japan Railway Company’s Yamanote Line which is local line in Tokyo area. C.C. Lemon is a soft drink. The company of that drink uses The Simpsons characters on their advertisement campaign year 2000. Used with permission of Bartron.
C.C. Marge and Lisa
THE SIMPSONS GLOBAL FANFEST
The Simpsons Global Fanfest, an amazing year-long celebration honoring the tenth anniversary started in year 2000. The Simpsons Global Fanfest kicks off on Jan. 14th, 2000 as The Simpsons receive their long-awaited star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. There was other special events, TV programs, merchandise, and promotions throughout the year, culminating in The Simpsons Global Fanfest Weekend Celebration on Oct. 27th through 29th, 2000, a once-in-a-lifetime gathering of Simpsons fans and creators in Hollywood, CA. Mark Tarses, hard-core fan of The Simpsons we’re invited to the main event: If anything was surprising about the FanFest, it was how ordinary the people who produce The Simpsons look, talk, and act. You would never guess by looking at them that they are such an astonishing collection of incredibly talented people. Read rest of the story here and see more of the photographs.
Entrance Moe’s Tavern sign Moe’s Tavern Museum of Stuff Hurl-A-Thon Ride Simpsons lot Matt Groening Krusty Korn The Ferris Wheel Fan Mark Tarses Panel discussion Brad Ableson
Fan called Youri took more photos from the same event…
January 28th, 2001:
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January 29th, 2001:
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HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME
Our Favorite Family received star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame in 1999. It was a big event. The Simpsons crew was celebrating it with fans and press. More photos from the same event: Hank Black, fan who was with his camera ready to roll says It was very hard to get any good pictures with such a large crowd; I had to hold my camera high over my head to get the few shots I did. You might be interested to know that about 1/3 of the audience were rowdy, noisy, fun animators. Groening asked them why they weren’t at work on the show!.
Lisa and young fan
Cover of star
Fan and Lisa cover
Matt signing seri-cel
Walk of Fame star 2
Walk of Fame star 3
Nancy and Yeardley
Matt signing seri-cel 2
Photo from the away
Simpson star with others
JUST FOR LAUGHS FESTIVAL
Date: July 19, 8:00PM – 9:30PM / July 20, 4:00 & 8:00PM. Location: Montreal, Places des Arts, Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier. Synopsis: Direct from Springfield, a once-in-a-lifetime chance to see a LIVE script-reading by actors behind the voices of television’s longest-running comedy! Homer, Bart, Apu, Mr. Burns, Milhouse and the rest of the Springfield clan will come to life before your very eyes as their real-life counterparts – Dan Castellaneta, Nancy Cartwright, Yeardley Smith, Hank Azaria, Tress MacNeille and Pamela Hayden – switch between characters at lightning speed. Following the script-reading, audience members will have the opportunity to get a more in-depth, behind-the-scenes perspective of the show through a “Q&A” session with the actors and The Simpsons’ creator Matt Groening! Photos by Simon Lau.
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LONDON TAXI CAP
Taxi Media has teamed up with 20th Century Fox and radio station Xfm for a special month-long road show in London, to plug the release of The Simpsons: The Complete Sixth Season, on DVD. Bright yellow London cabs will feature the face of Homer Simpson and branded receipts will also display Homer’s face with the strapline “Get inside Homer’s head. There’s plenty of room”.