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“Invasion of the 60 Foot Homer Simpson Easter Rabbit”

“Okay, that was the sand movie.  Now it’ll just take me a second to set up our next movie.” – Miss Hoover 

A couple of weeks ago, the guy in Britain who does the giant Simpsons drawings in sand e-mailed in with some pictures of his latest creation: a giant Homer Easter Bunny on the banks of the Thames.  Behold:

Martin Artman Easter Homer

You can see more pictures at his site. including a completely different giant Easter Homer and one of Bender.  Thanks, Martin!


3 Responses to ““Invasion of the 60 Foot Homer Simpson Easter Rabbit””


  1. 4 May 2014 at 10:14 am

    I have a picture in my collection from the ’90s of a grafiti painting of The Simpsons on a DC sidewalk. Perhaps I’ll scan it some time and post it.

  2. 2 Monty Python Forever
    5 May 2014 at 2:40 am

    An inappropriate image, since the cartoon started with an old drunk turning his rabbit characters into humans to pay off his gambling debts.


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