An Artist Turned The Simpsons Into A Cute South Indian Iyer Family.

Everyone loves Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie. But what if they turned Indian? Sasank Gopinathan, a product and automotive designer from Cochin recreated the famous characters from the popular American sitcom, The Simpsons, by turning them to a Tamil Brahmin Iyer family.

Sounds cute? Look at the adorable artwork to appreciate the creativity.

1. Homer Iyer wearing a ‘Veshti’ in Tamil Brahmin paalathaal style and a sacred thread with ‘Iyer vibudi’ marking (holy ash) on his forehead and arm.

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2. Marge Iyer wearing a saree worn in traditional Tamil Brahmin ‘madisar’ style.

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3. Maggie Iyer sporting a paavada blouse. She also has a mole drawn on her cheek, something Indian parents tend to use for their kids.

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4. Bart Iyer is wearing a ‘kurta’ and ‘pajama’ with sandals. His ‘Iyer vibudi’ mark¬†is visible on his forehead.

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5. Lisa Iyer is wearing a typical South Indian ‘paavadai’ and ‘dhaavani’ with ‘jimiki’ earrings.

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6. Marge Iyer wearing kancheepuram silk saree in regular style.

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7. Homer Iyer dozing off after feasting on his favourite vadai with chutney. ūüôā

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You can follow Sasank on his Behance profile.

Images are owned by Sasank Gopinathan and is republished with his permission.

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