David and Victoria Beckham may just well be shouting “Doh!” after being immortalized as characters from The Simpsons.
The pair have had their biggest transformation to date after contemporary artist aleXsandro Palombo recreated many of their famous moments but as all-yellow caricatures.
The images include Victoria posing in a giant paper bag just as she did when she celebrated ten years of her brand, Victoria Beckham.
She’s even seen recreating her famous leg pose – with one of her limbs thrust up in the air at a right angle – on a sofa with other images of David Beckham and Marge doing the exact same too.
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Of course, the pictures wouldn’t be complete without Homer Simpson making an appearance.
He takes on the role of the photographer as he’s seen snapping photos of Victoria inside her paper bag.
We don’t know if the artwork would fit in with their home decor but CelebrityWotNot would love to see it hanging on Posh and Becks’ walls. Let’s watch their Instagram – you never know!
aleXsandro Palombo is a contemporary Pop artist and activist, known for his colorful, reflective and irreverent works that focus on Pop culture, society, diversity, ethics, and human rights.
Among his most works: ”Break The Silence” depicting the celebrities as victims of domestic violence and “The Simpsons go to Auschwitz” a powerful work to raise awareness about the Holocaust.
Other works include “What Kind of man are you?” the most famous cartoon couples dealing with violence against women, the “Survivor” series with cartoon characters as breast cancer survivors.
He also worked on the “Disabled Disney Princesses” a strong reflection on the problem of disability, “Coward” series about domestic violence, “I Can’t Breath” focusing on the problem of racism against the Afro-American community and “The Drug War” the El Chapo case.
Victoria Beckham Trivia: She dated Corey Haim in 1995, two years before she met her future husband.