In "Bartkira - The Ultimate Mash Up" from PKN Tokyo Vol. 135, curator James Stacey talks about the the Bartkira collective, a worldwide project involving 500+ artists redrawing,in entirety, Otomo Katsuhiro's manga opus 'Akira' using the characters and settings from Matt Groening's, 'The Simpsons'. For no particular reason then, why not ?
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