Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Humor Chic News - America 24 / Il Sole 24 Ore "Marge Simpson con l'occhio nero provoca l'America"



Il personaggio del cartone animato reinventato insieme ad altri dall'artista italiano aleXsandro Palombo per denunciare la violenza sulle donne

Lorenzo Pozzi

Li conosciamo già tutti. Ci hanno fatto compagnia per anni nei pomeriggi dopo la scuola e forse continuano a essere presenti nelle nostre vite: sono i personaggi dei nostri cartoni animati preferiti ma non come li conosciamo. Questa volta sono meno perfetti e meno esilaranti: Marge Simpson con un occhio nero, Lois Griffin con un rivolo di sangue dalla bocca, Wonder Woman con la mano di Superman che gli tappa la bocca, Cenerentola al suolo sanguinate.
È con queste immagini che l’artista “ANTI-POP" aleXsandro Palombo, italiano del Salento, tocca un tema molto delicato e importante come quello della violenza sulle donne. Lo stile è quello che lo caratterizza: provocante ed ironico. Il progetto “No Violence Against Women” (no alla violenza contro le donne) fu lanciato l’otto marzo scorso in occasione della festa delle donna ma continua a riscuotere grande attenzione a livello mondiale, arrivando anche sulla stampa americana.

"Ogni due giorni viene ammezzata una donna, basta questa come motivazione” per averlo portato a realizzare il progetto, racconta ad America24 Palombo, che lavora "per emozione, mi occupo di tematiche sociali perché lo considero un dovere civile a cui nessuno dovrebbe sottrarsi, è il miglior modo per contribuire al senso di comunità in una società permeata dall’individualismo e l’egocentrismo”.

È lo stesso artista a definirsi un’artista ANTI-POP, vuole che "i suoi lavori scardinino e mettano in discussione certi linguaggi della cultura popolare: quello che faccio mi ha caratterizzato e reso unico in tutti questi anni”, spiega.

Non è la prima volta che i personaggi della Disney vengono usati dall’artista: a inizio anno ha pubblicato il progetto intitolato “Do You Still Like Us?” (ti piacciamo ancora?) in cui Pocahontas, Biancaneve e Cenerentola venivano raffigurate in sedie a rotelle, con le stampelle o con gli arti mutilati. Palombo qualche anno fa è stato colpito da una forma rara di cancro che gli ha compromesso gravemente la salute paralizzando il braccio e la gamba sinistra del suo corpo. La sua disabilità gli ha trasformato la vita ma non ha spento la sua grande energia e forza artistica.

Le opere di Palomdo che hanno affrontato il temi della disabilità, della droga e dei diritti degli animali non sono esposte in nessuna galleria se non quella "più grande del mondo: Internet. Oggi sono i lavori esposti nelle galleria ad essere pericolosamente confinanti”, ci spiega. Per scelta non è rappresentato da nessun gallerista, nemmeno in America dove a differenza dell'Italia la sua arte è apprezzata. il suo lavoro non vuole essere parte di nessuna lobby e non è mai stato sostenuto da nessuna figura di potere: come in molti vuole essere un artista libero, fuori dei giochi.

L'artista crede fermamente nella forza del linguaggio visivo: “Non ha barriere né confini, è il mezzo più potente”. Si definisce fortunato per essere nato in Salento, che descrive “una terra unica, un luogo di frontiera ricco di contraddizioni che mi ha educato al mix culturale, all’accoglienza, all’apertura verso l’ignoto, mi ha dato tanto e sopratutto mi ha resto cittadino del mondo". Parlando dell'Italia la definisce come un Paese concreto dove tantissimi "cittadini ogni giorno si prodigano nel sociale. Ma serve di più: per arginare la piaga della violenza sulle donne ci vogliono leggi più dure e sopratutto che siano certe verso i delinquenti che commettono questo tipo di reati. Basta indulti e sconti di pena”.

A Palombo non piacciono i complimenti: “Se ne ricevo troppi significa che qualcosa nel mio lavoro è andato storto. Insulti e critiche sono fondamentali se si vuole nutrire con accuratezza la propria autoironia e vitalità”. Chi pensa che il lavoro dell’artista tenda a ripetersi (tutte le donne sono ritratte con un rivolo di sangue che esce dalla bocca e un occhio nero, rappresentazione della realtà in un modo statico, “bidimensionale”) lui risponde: “bidimensionale è il modo migliore per raccontare la staticità e la passività di questa società che ha perso la sua tridimensionalità, dov’è finita la profondità?”.

A questo proposito ci spiega che al giorno d'oggi la persone non sono più spaventate dalla durezza delle immagini: “Siamo bramosi di assistere alla crudezza della macabra verità”. Lui vuole essere diverso perché è consapevole che è l’immaginazione a volte a impaurirci di più: "è l’ignoto che spaventa".


Monday, July 14, 2014

Humor Chic News - ANSA Italy "Cenerentola e Biancaneve, anche le principesse Disney sono a rischio violenza"



Con i suoi irriverenti ritratti, la campagna satirica dell'artista Palombo fa il giro del mondo
(ANSA) Occhi pesti e lividi, le amate principesse Disney come non le avete mai viste. Il principe azzurro, dentro le mura del castello, non era poi quell'uomo tanto sognato e persino Homar Simpson alzava il pugno su Marge. L'artista salentino aleXsandro Palombo ridisegna le principesse Disney e Marge Simpson come vittime di violenze domestica. Biancaneve, Cenerentola, Marge Simpson, Lois Griffin, Wonder Woman, Olivia di Braccio di Ferro e Wilma Flintstone, neanche i personaggi più iconici delle fiabe e dei cartoni animati sono immuni dal problema della violenza domestica. Con questa serie di artworks l'artista italiano lancia una campagna di sensibilizzazione su un problema che coinvolge molte donne in tutto il mondo, un invito a reagire e denunciare. E la sua campagna finisce su The Indipendent e The Huffington Post.
Artista e attivista italiano, noto per la sua arte satirica e irriverente che tende a scardinare e mettere in discussione molti stereotipi della cultura Pop ha intitolato la sua serie così:"Marge Simpson, Wonder Woman, Disney Princess Snow White and Cinderella NO VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN''.
VIA ANSA

Monday, July 07, 2014

Humor Chic Exclusive - Today in the Metro Newspaper US (New York, Boston, Philadelphia) "No Violence Against Women Campaign by artist aleXsandro Palombo"


Artist aleXsandro Palombo
 speaks to The Metro Newspaper
New York, Boston, Philadelphia


Metro Newspaper New York


Metro Newspaper Boston


Metro Newspaper Philadelphia

Faces of domestic violence: Wonder Woman, Marge Simpson, Lois Griffin

They are faces you’ve seen, but never like this. They’re families you’ve shared dinner with, women whose adventures you’ve read about, men who could be your neighbors — people you think you know.

That’s the point of Italian artist AleXsandro Palombo’s latest “social campaign,” No Violence Against Women, which calls attention to domestic abuse through the battered faces of famous cartoon women and their partners. 
“I’ve decided to launch this new series because I wanted to give visibility to a problem that affects a great amount of women all over the world,” he told Metro in an email.

Palombo is known to make his points through cultural icons — he previously depicted fashion moguls including Vogue’s Anna Wintour and Karl Lagerfeld wearing Bambi for an anti-fur ad. This time, he chose the familiar faces to make a point: that domestic violence is so prevalent, its victims and perpetrators could be anyone.

“Have you ever seen a very normal couple walking on the street, and then a glimpse of the woman’s face, bruised? In many cases, monsters are apparently very normal people,” he said.

According to a 2013 study published in the journal Science, more than 20 percent of women ages 15 and older in North America have suffered some form of violence by their boyfriend or husband.
Palombo is concerned about the commodification of women through advertising and fashion, a trend he wants to see reversed by nurturing respect. His art is intended to give a voice to domestic violence victims, as many may be ashamed to ask for help or believe the abuse is justified because of something they did, he said.

Breaking domestic violence laws, where they exist, should be met with severe punishment, Palombo said, but hopes his work inspires a more personal call to action: “In my opinion, [it] should be men themselves to fight against men who abuse women all over the world.”




Sunday, July 06, 2014

Saturday, July 05, 2014

Humor Chic News - THE HUFFINGTON POST KOREA 가정폭력의 피해자가 된 만화 주인공들




우리가 좋아하는 여성 만화 캐릭터들이 가정폭력의 피해자라면?

밀라노를 중심으로 활동하는 예술가 알렉산드로 팔롬보는 "여성 폭력 금지(No Violence Against Women)" 프로젝트의 일환으로 백설공주, 신데렐라, 마지 심슨, 원더우먼 등을 폭력에 얼룩진 얼굴로 묘사했다.

시선을 돌려 여성 곁에 서 있는 남자의 얼굴도 보자. 하나같이 아무렇지도 않다는 표정이다. 작가는 폭력의 결과와 더불어 겉으로는 행복한 가정생활을 영위하고 있는 것처럼 보여야 하는 사회적 인식도 보여준다. 마냥 행복할 것만 같은 만화 속 세계에 끔찍한 현실감이 더해지니 의미가 더 충격적으로 다가온다.

'한국여성의전화'가 지난 한 해 언론에 보도된 살인사건을 분석한 결과, 2013년 최소 123명의 여성이 남편이나 애인 등 친밀한 관계인 남성에게 살해됐거나 목숨을 잃었다. 경찰청에 따르면 지난해 가정폭력 검거 건수는 무려 1만 6787건이다. 끔찍한 통계다.

익숙한 얼굴의 캐릭터들이 우리에게 묻는다. "당신은 어떤 남자입니까?"

VIA HUFFINGTON POST KOREA

Friday, July 04, 2014

Humor Chic News - THE HUFFINGTON POST Germany "Häusliche Gewalt: So haben Sie Ihre liebsten Comicfiguren noch nie gesehen"



Homer Simpson verprügelt brutal seine Marge, Fred Feuerstein setzt seinen Knüppel gegen Wilma ein und Cinderellas Prinz auf dem weißen Pferd entpuppt sich als übler Schläger.

Das zeigen verstörende Bildern die im Rahmen der Kampagne "No Violence Against Women" entstanden.

Mit den Cartoons will der italienische Künstler Alexsandro Palombo auf häusliche Gewalt aufmerksam machen.

Er nutzt berühmte Comicfiguren, um die Not von Frauen zu zeigen, die trotz prügelnder Ehemänner die Fassade eines glücklichen Lebens aufrechterhalten müssen.



Humor Chic News - THE HUFFINGTON POST UK "Artist Re-Imagines The Simpsons And Disney Characters As Domestic Violence Victims In Haunting Cartoons"



It is estimated that there were 12.9 million incidents of domestic violence acts against women in the UK in 2013, and one project is aiming to throw the disturbing realities of the crime into the spotlight - all by using our favourite cartoon characters.

No Violence Against Women is a project by Italian artist and activist Alexsandro Palombo.

Alexsandro, who is based in Milan, uses characters from the Simpsons, Snow White, the Flintstones and Wonder Woman to highlight the plight some women go through while presenting the facade of a happy family life to the outside world.
"I wanted to give visibility to a problem that affects a great amount of women all over the world," Alexsandro told the MailOnline.

"Domestic violence is a problem so widespread that its victims and perpetrators could be anyone. Even in couples that appear to be normal."

The disturbing images show some of the world's most well-known female cartoons bloodied and battered as they stand with their male counterparts.

The images are hard to look at, highlighting that we shouldn't be ignoring the millions of incidences of domestic violence that happen around the world each year.

An image of all the characters together bears the stark question: 'What Kind of Man are You?' while the rest of the images speak for themselves.


Humor Chic News - THE INDIPENDENT "Artist redraws Marge Simpson and Disney Princesses as battered and bruised victims of domestic violence"



They’re our favourite cartoon characters, but not as we know them.
Marge Simpson stands despondently with a black eye next to a grinning, vacant Homer. A trickle of blood comes from Lois Griffin’s nose as Peter drapes his arm around her. Wonder Woman has Superman’s hand clasped over her mouth, while Snow White lies seemingly unconscious at the feet of Prince Charming.

These illustrations are the work of an artist who has put a sinister spin on iconic animations in order to highlight the disturbing realities of domestic abuse.
No Violence Against Women is a project by Italian artist and activist AleXsandro Palombo, 40, who is based in Milan.
It forces its audience to confront the plight some women go through under the pretence of a happy relationship or family.

“I wanted to give visibility to a problem that affects a great amount of women all over the world,” he told MailOnline.

“Domestic violence is a problem so widespread that victims and perpetrators could be anyone. Even in couples that appear to be normal.”
The British Crime Survey estimates that there were 12.9 million incidents of domestic violence acts against women in the UK in 2013.

And according to Women’s Aid, one in four women experience domestic violence over their lifetimes, and between 6 and 10 per cent of women suffer domestic violence annually.

It is not the first time Palombo has produced provocative work.
After he lost his own leg two years ago, the artist published a project entitled Do You Still Like Us?, depicting Disney characters with wheelchairs, crutches and missing limbs, which raised awareness around the subject of people with disabilities.


Humor Chic Art & Social - WONDER WOMAN "Domestic Violence" by aleXsandro Palombo




  Awareness Campaign 
   by aleXsandro Palombo

Wednesday, July 02, 2014

Humor Chic News - DAILYMAIL "Can you imagine Wonder Woman as a battered wife? Artist draws strong female cartoon characters to shine a disturbing light on domestic violence"



Domestic violence is the leading cause of injury to women in the U.S.
Artist and activist AleXsandro Palombo hopes to encourage more victims to come forward

By ANNABEL FENWICK ELLIOTT

From the Simpsons and the Flintstones, to Snow White and Wonder Woman, one artist has put a disturbing spin on the animated lives of America's favorite cartoon characters.
No Violence Against Women is a project intended to throw the issue of domestic abuse into the spotlight, by forcing us to confront what goes on behind the happy veneer of many real-life families and relationships.
Italian artist and activist AleXsandro Palombo, 40, who is based in Milan, tells MailOnline: 'I wanted to give visibility to a problem that affects a great amount of women all over the world.'
The artist, who is famous for his thought-provoking satirical work, chose 'the most iconic cartoon characters of all time' to illustrate his point, and released the images in honor of International Women's Day earlier this year.
His cast includes a bloodied Snow White at the feet of Prince Charming and a battered Marge Simpson standing dejectedly next to her husband Homer, who, like fellow fictional patriarchs Fred Flintstone and Peter Griffin, grins vacantly beside his wife as if nothing is amiss. 
The only male figure who looks conventionally menacing is Popeye, who wears his trademark scowl, and perhaps the smiling Fred Flintstone, who, on closer inspection, is gripping his baton shiftily behind his back.

One banner bears the stark question: 'What Kind of Man are You?'
Such challenging art generally sparks a divided response, but regardless of how the message is conveyed or received, violence against women remains a profound issue all over the world.
'Domestic violence is a problem so widespread that its victims and perpetrators could be anyone,' Mr Palombo says. 'Even in couples that appear to be normal.'
According to DomesticViolence, one woman in the U.S. is beaten or assaulted every nine seconds.
Furthermore, domestic violence is classed as the leading cause of injury to women in the U.S - more than car accidents, muggings, and sexual assaults combined.
And sadly, based on government reports, between 55per cent and 95per cent of women who have been physically abused by their partners never contact non-governmental organizations, shelters, or the police for help.

For Mr Palombo, its not the first time Disney characters have appeared in his provocative work. Earlier this year, he published a project entitled Do You Still Like Us? - which saw Pocahontas, Cinderella and Snow White, amongst others, in wheelchairs or with crutches and missing limbs. 
The artist, who lost his own leg to cancer two years ago, gained wide applause for raising awareness around the subject of people with disabilities. 
Earlier works dive into the morally-fraught fashion world, including an image depicting Vogue editor Anna Wintour clutching a butcher's knife and a rabbit's head - a reference to her outspoken obsession with fur - and another which sees designer Victoria Beckham as a bikini-clad skeleton, entitled Anorexic Fashion Icon.



Humor Chic Art & Social - Awareness Campaign "Disney Princess Snow White and Cinderella NO VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN" by aleXsandro Palombo






The artist aleXsandro Palombo portrays the most iconic cartoon characters in scenes of domestic violence. 

What kind of man are you?

Marge and Homer Simpson (The Simpsons), Snow White and Prince Florian, Popeye and Olive, Disney Princess Cinderella and Prince Charming, Peter and Lois Griffin (Family Guy), Wonder Woman and Superman, Fred and Wilma Flintstone by aleXsandro Palombo

Read more - CAMPAIGN  "NO VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN"


Saturday, June 28, 2014

Humor Chic News - DER SPIEGEL Magazine [Germany] "Kymie Trifft Homer" Der Italienische Künstler aleXsandro Palombo veröffentlichte jetzt Version des populären Paares




Personalien

 Kim Kardashian und Kanye West als Simpsons
"Kymie Trifft Homer"

Der Italienische Künstler aleXsandro Palombo 
veröffentlichte jetzt Version des populären Paares

Kimye trifft Homer
Wer immer schon wissen wollte, wie Kim Kardashian, 33, berühmt für ihre Berühmtheit, und ihr Mann, der Musiker Kanye West, 37, als „Simpsons“-Zeichentrickfiguren aussehen würden, muss nicht länger grübeln: Der italienische Künstler Alexsandro Palombo veröffentlichte jetzt seine Version des populären Paares. Besondere Aufmerksamkeit widmete der 40-jährige Illustrator Kardashians großem Einfluss auf die Belfie-Mode. Dabei handelt es sich um ein Internetphänomen, das bekannte und unbekannte Frauen dazu treibt, Fotos ihres Pos online zu veröffentlichen; Kardashian war eine der Vorreiterinnen dieses seltsamen Trends. Ihre Vorbildfunktion
wird auch in der „Simpsons“ Welt des Zeichners Palombo deutlich: Nicht nur die Dame des Hauses Kimye zeigt ihren Po, auch der Rapper-Ehemann und Baby North machen mitt. ks


Friday, June 27, 2014

Humor Chic News - E! ONLINE Entertainment Television "Kim Kardashian's Booty Selfie, Vogue Cover and More Famous Photos Get The Simpsons Treatment"




Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have been Simpsonized by artist aleXsandro Palombo for what's titled "Best Shots Ever." Before you get excited, you should know that these animations aren't hinting at a Simpsons appearance by Kimye. These aren't for the show and aleXsandro doesn't even have any connection to the popular Fox series, but you wouldn't know that by just looking at the photos.

Palombo, a contemporary artist, activist, illustrator and painter, has drawn inspiration from some of Kim and Kanye's most talked-about photos and in turn given them the cartoon touch.
Like the famous booty selfie, for example.

Remember when Kim put on that stringy, white one-piece bathing suit that really accentuated her greatest asset? Well, Palombo recreated the bootylicious selfie and added Kanye into the mix, because, well, why not? So next to cartoon Kim is cartoon Kanye butt-naked.

He even made it into a billboard with the appropriate hashtage. So social media friendly, he is!
Another animation was taken from their buzzed about Vogue cover, featuring the now-newlyweds in wedding gear prior to their highly-talked about nuptials. But that's not all!

Palombo also transformed some of Kim's racy photo shoot pictures and even included North West for a funny drawing of the trio mooning the paparazzi on the red carpet!



Humor Chic News - DAILYMAIL UK Springfield just got sexy! Kim Kardashian and Kanye West get The Simpsons treatment in hilarious new animation



It looks like Springfield just got a sexy new arrival. 
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have been given The Simpsons-treatment in a number of hilarious animations by artist aleXsandro Palombo.
While the artist has no connection with the official 20th Century Fox show, Kim and Kanye certainly make for convincing characters.

And perhaps it won't be long before the pair are invited on to the hit show. 
They have already graced the cover of Vogue Magazine this year, so a guest spot on The Simpsons doesn't sound too far-fetched.
Kim recently revealed that while she no longer goes out clubbing, she reserves her raunchy dance moves for the bedroom.

She said in an episode of her reality show: 'My twerking skills are for the bedroom, not the club.'
Kim was speaking with her mother Kris Jenner, sister Khloe Kardashian and half-sister Kendall Jenner during a Soul Cycle class and during the workout session, the showbiz matriarch was the subject of a number of mean comments from her younger daughter.
As Kris started clapping and dancing to the music, Kendall blasted: "Do you always have to be the centre of attention? It's so annoying.'
'Eww mom, you're so embarrassing, you need to act your age.' She then muttered: "Desperate f***ing w***e.'
Kris, 58, didn't appear to hear the comment and later told her daughters: 'This reminds me of being in the club, for real. I love the music, I love the energy, everyone's so excited.'
Kendall snapped: 'Why are you going to clubs? This is so embarrassing.'
Kris said she simply liked 'being out an about', prompting the teenager to brand her an 'embarrassment to the family'.
Sounds like it could make for an interesting episode of The Simpsons.


Thursday, June 26, 2014

Humor Chic Art - Kim Kardashian and Kanye West "Vogue Cover Simpsonized" by aleXsandro Palombo





 by aleXsandro Palombo

Humor Chic News - CROMOS Colombia ¿KIM KARDASHIAN Y KANYE WEST SE UNEN A LOS SIMPSON?




No es suficiente conocer cada detalle de los extravagantes recién casados. Ahora, son recreados por un dibujante al estilo de la popular serie.
El responsable de la tal vez divertida o cínica hazaña, es el artista italiano de 41 años aleXsandro Palombo, conocido en el mundo por sus satíricas y controversiales obras, en las que los protagonistas son íconos de la moda como Anna Wintour y hasta personajes políticos como Adolfo Hitler. Incluso Karl Lagerfeld, director creativo de Chanel, fue retratado como el Papa. Su musa es Marge Simpson.
Pero lejos de ser rechazado gracias a la burla que hace de la sociedad consumista y materialista, Palombo atrae la atención de las casas de moda más importantes del mundo, además de ganar más seguidores cada día.

Así como usó a Bambi para protagonizar junto a Wintour una de sus ilustraciones, en la que cientos de cuerpos del pequeño venado rodean a la reconocida editora de Vogue, quien cuelga un letrero que dice «¿Who killed Bambi?» en español, ¿Quién mató a Bambie?, esta vez el turno es para Kim Kardashian y Kanye West.

La mediática pareja fue retratada por el artista como si hicieran parte del elenco de Los Simpson -hecho que no tiene ninguna relación con la serie ni con su creador, Matt Groening, según afirmó la versión canadiense del Huffington Post-,  basado en fotos reales que los enamorados han colgado en sus redes sociales. Entre ellas, la que para algunos ha sido la más escandalosa: Kim luego de unos meses de haber dado a luz a su pequeña North West, vestida con un vestido de baño enterizo, que deja ver desde todos los ángulos la «discreta» parte trasera de la estrella televisiva. aleXsandro agregó al dibujo, al esposo de la Kardashian, el rapero Kanye West, desnudo. Ambos tomándose un selfie.

Otra de las creaciones, publicadas en su blog Humor Chic, recuerda la aparición en 2010 de Kim en la revista Playboy. Para esa ocasión, el único compañero de la sensual pelinegra fue un collar de perlas que rodeaba su curvilínea figura. No podía faltar una de las portadas de Vogue más cuestionadas, discutidas, odiadas y amadas: Kim y Kanye listos para ir al altar.

VIA CROMOS


Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Humor Chic News - E! LATINO "The Kardashians / Kim Kardashian y Kanye West fueron transformados en Los Simpsons"





Kimye se volvió amarillo y nos encanta.

¿Recuerdan la gran selfie que Kim Karadashian se tomó el año pasado?

Esa foto dio varias vueltas al mundo y ya la habíamos visto transformada en arte pero faltaba el toque amarillo.
Aunque no se tratan imágenes oficiales de la serie creada por Matt Groening, Kim y Kanye West entraron al mundo de Los Simpsons. Es que el artista aleXsandro Palombo, del blog Humor Chic, decidió transformar a los padres de North West en personajes de la famosa caricatura.

Pues junto a un Kanye desnudo, Kim aparece reviviendo ese gran momento.

En otra foto, la mejor lograda según nuestra opinión, Kimye aparece en una nueva portada de Vogue.



Monday, June 23, 2014

Humor Chic News - GRAZIA China 当壕金夫妻遇上辛普森一家





当壕金夫妻遇上辛普森一家

都说金·卡戴珊和坎耶·维斯特这对“壕”夫妻实在太爱现,要不然怎么连“辛普森一家”都不放过他们呢?

婚前晚宴在凡尔赛宫、仪式在佛罗伦萨的古堡、会阻碍巴黎交通的豪华婚车车队、凡尔赛宫上空7分钟长的烟花、6米高的白牡丹和玫瑰花墙、15克拉的顶级巨钻戒指、价值36.6万欧元的婚纱礼服……金·卡戴珊和坎耶·韦斯特已经用一个婚礼宣告全人类:我们是土豪夫妇。

  土豪夫妇的炫酷婚礼最近激发了法国漫画博主aleXsandro Palombo的灵感,这个用画笔吐槽过老佛爷、西太后、Kate Moss等时尚圈大咖的插画师以大胆有趣的风格出名,被誉为时尚讽刺画之父。在他最新的创作中,漫画作品《辛普森一家》的主角变成了土豪夫妇,aleXsandro Palombo把一些两人的照片漫画化,看完让人会心一笑。不过毒舌博主也是有底线的,吐槽归吐槽,表示绝不会把两人的宝宝漫画化,毕竟孩子是无辜的。


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Humor Chic News - E! ONLINE "Kim Kardashian e Kanye West se transformam em personagens de Os Simpsons"



Que Kim Kardashian adora postar uma selfie ousada para seus seguidores, não é nenhuma novidade. Mas os cliques reveladores da estrela do E! acabaram inspirando aleXsandro Palombo, do blog Humor Chic, a transformar ela e Kanye West em personagens do desenho Os Simpsons.

Em um dos desenhos postados, Kim aparece repetindo a famosa #bootyselfie, em que aparece de costas com um maio branco bem revelador.
Já em outro, o casal aparece repetindo a pose para a capa da Vogue americana.


Saturday, June 21, 2014

Humor Chic News - HOLLYWOOD LIFE "Kim Kardashian & Kanye West Dissed ‘Simpsons’-Style"



The couple of the year gets dissed in the most hilarious way. Check out Kim Kardashian and Kanye West get transformed (and made fun of) in these ‘Simpsons’-style pics.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have gone animated! Artist AleXsandro Palombo created Simpsons-style versions of classic poses from the couple, including the Kimye Vogue cover and Kim’s 2007 Playboy shoot! Talk about a funny diss!

Kim Kardashian & Kanye West: Dissed ‘Simpsons’-Style
When you combine Kim Kardashian, Kanye West and The Simpsons together — that’s what you call art. Artist AleXsandro Palombo took the craze behind Kim and Kanye’s recent wedding and made hilarious caricatures of the couple.

From their famous Vogue cover to naked selfies, AleXsandro didn’t hold back on the hilarious Kimye diss. 
AleXsandro created a Simpsons-style version of Kim’s sexy booty selfie, and created a Kanye one, too!
The artist also included some scandalous photos of the caricature Kim, which might be NSFW. AleXsandro poked fun at Kim’s Playboy shoot and recreated many of Kim’s super sexy poses and topless photos!

The couple was also dissed when AleXsandro created a caricature of Kim, Kanye and North flashing their butts to the paparazzi! Is he making them the butt of the ultimate joke?
AleXsandro wasn’t the first person to diss Kimye. Model Naomi Campbell was one of the first to diss the Vogue cover, along with Sarah Michelle Gellar and even The Muppets. Then, the couple experience many disses in regards to their May 24 wedding. First, Kim’s brother Rob Kardashian bailed on the nuptials, and then Kanye’s BFF Jay Z skipped the entire wedding!
For Kimye, this is just a long line of disses for the couple. But you know what they say about that, “haters gonna hate.”

HollywoodLifers, what do you think about the Kim and Kanye Simpsons-style diss? Is it funny or did the artist go too far? Let us know!



Friday, June 20, 2014

Humor Chic News - OK! MAGAZINE "Kim goes to Springfield! Kim Kardashian and Kanye West depicted as characters from The Simpsons"




Artist aleXsandro Palombo draws the power couple as cartoon characters from hit TV show, pokes fun at Kim's famous belfie
KIM Kardashian certainly isn't shy when it comes to showing off her body. He husband Kanye West? A little more so.

So while the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star will surely be tickled by an artists's interpretation of the couple as naked characters from The Simpsons, it's unclear how Kanye will react.

Some of Kim's most infamous poses have been aped by artist aleXsandro Palombo for the pictures, including her white swimsuit belfie.
The Vogue cover from her wedding to the Yeesus rapper also gets Simpson-ised.

And then there's the shot of the happy couple in their birthday suits.

Other shots from the collection – which aren't completely suitable for work – depict Kim in some of her raunchier poses.

While the pictures aren't official shots from The Simpsons' creators, they will surely increase demand for the starry couple to pay a visit to Springfield and appear in the show for real.

We'd love to see Kim take Marge to a spa or see a playdate between Marge and Homer's baby daughter Maggie and Kim and Kanye's daughter North.

Hey, it could happen.


Humor Chic News - BILD "Kim Kardashian in Simpsons-POse"





So kennen wir Kim Kardashian, und so sehen wir sie gern: in ihrer Lieblings-POse

Nein, wir sind nicht in Springfield. Der Künstler aleXsandro Palombo hat Kim Kardashian (33) und ihren Ehemann Kanye West (37) im Simpsons-Look gezeichnet und erntet mit den Bildern auf seinem Blog „Humor Chic“ Begeisterung.
Wie auch in den Geschichten der Trick-Serie, steckt in den Karikaturen eine gehörige Portion Realität.
Künstler aleXsandro Palombo nimmt in seinem Blog „Humor Chic“ die Familie Kardashian-West auf die Schippe. Er zeichnete sie im Stil von Simpsons-Figuren
Das exhibitionistische Glamour-Paar postet Fotos aus allen Lebenslagen. Kims Lieblings-POsition: seitlich von hinten – da kommt der ausladende Hintern richtig gut zur Geltung.
Der Künstler stellt sich vor, dass auch Kanye seiner Liebsten ein Hinterseiten-Selfie schickt.
Töchterchen North (1) wird gern und oft in die Kamera gehalten. Wenn sie könnte, meint Palombo, würde auch North mal ihren kleinen Hintern in die Kamera strecken. Bart Simpson hat's vorgemacht!
Die Hochzeit hat das Reality-Trash-Paar medienwirksam ausgeschlachtet. „Vogue“-Chefin Anna Wintour (64) zierte sich lange – Gerüchten zufolge soll es Kanyes guter Draht zur gefürchteten Ikone des Mode-Geschäfts gewesen sein, die Kims „Vogue“-Cover-Träume wahr machten.
Kim gibt ein Interview. Wie im echten Leben: Mehr als heiße Luft kommt ist da nicht zu erwarten...
Kent Brockman, Moderator im Simpsons-Universum, interviewt Kim Kardashian

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