07.07.15 by Jeff

Bartkira: Official Animated Trailer

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Ryan Humphrey and James Harvey’s fantastic Bartkira project just gets bigger and better as time goes on. Their labour of love, to have artists all over the world re-create Akira using Simpsons characters, is one of my favourite crowd-sourced projects ever! You can see a map here of all the contributing artists’ locations.

Kaitlin Sullivan organized a group of over 50 artists to create a trailer for the animated version of Bartkira and made it look like something that would have appeared on an old Bartman VHS. The results are amazing. Watch the Bartkira trailer below.


 

Bartkira Website

Bartkira Tumblr

Kaitlin Sullivan on Vimeo













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Miles Partington

    this looks incredable

  • Wow. Is this really going to come out some day!? I’d like to purchase the entire front row.

    • fingers crossed – it would be amazing

  • 1337

    You ruined it

  • Oh this would be so good, hopefully they get a Kickstarter going.





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