Characters From Breaking Bad, Game Of Thrones And Mad Men 'Simpsonised'

In its twenty-four seasons, The Simpsons has featured loads of guest stars, from Britney Spears to Paul McCartney via Lady Gaga and 50 Cent.

But a Belgian illustrator called Adrien Noterdaem has significantly expanded that list (well, sort of) by giving a yellow-skinned makeover to characters from pop culture, reimagining them as residents of Springfield.

On his blog drawthesimpsons.tumblr, he uploads a new one every day. So far he’s included characters from Game Of Thrones, Breaking Bad, the cast of Spring Breakers and musicians including A$AP Rocky, Daft Punk and The Weeknd.

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Check out our gallery of Adrien’s best work by clicking on the picture above, and visit his Tumblr to see the full list.

Now, the only thing left is for someone to animate them. Breaking Bad/Simpsons crossover, anyone?

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