Tattoo Artist Inks Radical Lisa And Bart Simpson Flipbooks Onto 19 People

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Cory Dudakby Cory Dudak
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It might be a tad expected, but “¬°Ay, caramba!”

Back in February, tattoo artist Phil Berge had a dream: to create a badass kickflip flipbook (try and say that five times fast) performed by Bart Simpson. While a task such as this may not sound especially difficult, you have to remember that it would involve convincing several people to get a unique variation of the character in motion tattooed on their bodies for life. Any takers?

Bart Simpson Flipbook Created By Tattoo Artist Using 19 Separate Tattoos

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Of course, with The Simpsons being the longest-running series on television, there were more than enough volunteers. 19, to be exact.

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To a lesser extent, Berge has recently one-upped (one-downed?) himself by posting a second flipbook, this time putting nerdy Lisa Simpson in the spotlight. Granted, he only got the cooperation of nine individuals this time — probably due to the fact that it’s Lisa — but you still gotta admire the spunk of this project. Oh, and if you’re into jazz, that, too.

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h/t Gizmodo

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