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Desc:A biting exposť of the horrible conditions that the animators are forced to endure
Category:News & Politics, Business
Tags:Simpsons, CNN, korea, sweat shop, nelson shin
Submitted:Smellvin
Date:10/12/10
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Comment count is 18
Wander - 2010-10-12

Those poor people


Cube - 2010-10-12

Yeah that's not how you record sounds from a video to your computer.


pastorofmuppets - 2010-10-12

probably 20 levels!


simon666 - 2010-10-12

The banksy portrayal of the Korean animators was not intended to represent the truth in regards to the production of the Simpsons, but rather the use the Simpsons as a representation of how international business in general interacts with non-first world cultures/economies. At least, this is one reading of the banksy Simpsons intro.


simon666 - 2010-10-12

My comment is in response to the description which I think is a response to the Simpsons intro banksy purportedly directed....


Smellvin - 2010-10-12

I took it more as a joke as "THIS IS WHAT SOME PEOPLE ACTUALLY BELIEVE" complete with unicorn, sad panda, etc. Of course, there's always the option that the artist just threw a bunch of things together with no real intention and people read their own silly interpretations into it.


Cena_mark - 2010-10-12

Here's my interpenetration of the Banksy Intro. "I'm douchey artist who wants to be edgy and cool. Take that corporations."


Portaxx - 2010-10-12

Your "interpenetration"???


baleen - 2010-10-13


Hahaha. Oh Cena.


Corman's Inferno - 2010-10-12

Banksy's intro was dumb, and this is completely dull, but you have to be Cena_mark to not see he was criticizing the sub-standard working conditions of the people who manufacture all the crap we wear, drive, and type on. And farming animation out to other countries is another cost-cutting method from the shitbags that hold all the purse strings in this country.


Harveyjames - 2010-10-12

I always feel like I'm forced to play the cynic whenever people talk about Banksy, but he is really ludicrously overrated. He's a privately educated, upper-middle-class 40-year-old who adopts the manner of a renegade street artist so his substandard intellect and barely-formed political opinions get a free pass. I've met some of the people he pays to do his tagging for him in London- he doesn't even do that shit himself!

I was pleased when Charlie Brooker wrote this:
http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2006/sep/22/arts.visua larts


Harold Manchester - 2010-10-12

WELL I WAS VERY DISPLEASED WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THAT


La Loco - 2010-10-12

He may be ludicrously overrated, but couldn't you say that about almost every highly rated artist?


poorwill - 2010-10-12

Yes, you could. But you could also say that about Banksy.


La Loco - 2010-10-13

And Basquiat, and Keith Haring, and Futura, and Shepard Fairy, and KAWS and...


baleen - 2010-10-13


Uhhh...


RockBolt - 2010-10-12

I remember in the commentary on the episode a long time ago where they similarly portrayed the place where Itchy and Scratchy was animated as a slave labor camp, and the most protest came from the animation studio in Korea itself


Rudy - 2010-10-13

Not enough Utit Choomuang.


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