• Video: A Real-Life Intro for The Simpsons
  • Posted 19 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 21424 Views
  • In 2009, Devilfish - a London-based creative agency - created a teaser for Sky One which sees the entire intro of Matt Groening's famous cartoon The Simpsons recreated with real humans. According to Devilfish, the short was created to help re-affirm Sky as the "true home of The Simpsons in the UK." The intro is so popular that almost every scene has been etched into our minds, leaving no room for visual errors, so it's truly impressive that they managed to get it so spot on. Watch above!

    Source: It's Nice That

    • Why are you posting content from 2009?! talk about OLD NEWS!
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  • Vans Authentic Tie-Dye
  • 19 months ago · style · 0 Comments · 14921 Views
  • As part of their summer 2013 offering, Californian footwear staple Vans have released a hippie-inspired new colourway of their classic Authentic silhouette. The tie-dye colourway has been made available in both men's and women's sizes and features a colourful purple, pink, and blue...
  • Trailer: Stone Roses Documentary Made of Stone
  • 20 months ago · film · 0 Comments · 5655 Views
  • A trailer has emerged for the long-awaited Stone Roses documentary Made of Stone. Directed by life-long fan Shane Meadows (best known for This Is England), the film follows the band as they announce their reunion, rehearse for...
  • Nike & Neckface Snapback Cap
  • 20 months ago · style · 0 Comments · 6297 Views
  • After releasing a collaboration Dri-Fit t-shirt and backpack, Nike and anonymous graffiti artist Neckface are collaborating once again, this time on two six-panel snapback caps. The Californian-based artist opted to keep it simple for the capsule collection, producing two colourways...
  • Andy Warhol's NYC Townhouse For Sale
  • 20 months ago · Art & Design · 7 Comments · 10474 Views
  • Andy Warhol's former 3,072-square-foot townhouse, located on Lexington Ave in New York, has just gone on the market for $5.795 million USD (approx. 3.75 million). The artist originally bought the house for $60,000 USD back in 1959 and lived there for 15 years, sharing the Carnegie...
  • The $15 Million iPhone
  • 20 months ago · tech · 10 Comments · 12436 Views
  • As if the iPhone wasn't already costly enough, an anonymous Hong Kong business commissioned exclusive and elite gadget company Stuart Hughes of Liverpool to create an iPhone valued at approximately $15 million USD. How did they manage to make it worth that much? First of all they...