NEW YORK (CBS) British graffiti artist Banksy put his most recent work in a very public forum - Fox's Sunday night TV lineup.
The artist and political activist was invited to direct the opening sequence of this week's episode of "The Simpsons."
[Watch the video below.]
The titles follow the show's now-iconic opening of the popular cartoon, but with Banksy's signature touches, and ends with a minute-long sequence showing dozens of sweatshop workers in a warehouse painting animation cells and making "Simpsons" merchandise.
The sequence was apparently a reaction to reports that the show outsources the bulk of their animation to a company in South Korea, according to the BBC.
The BBC also reports that Banksy said that his sequence led to delays, disputes over broadcast standards and a threatened walk out by the animation department.
"This is what you get when you outsource," joked "The Simpsons" executive producer Al Jean, according to the report.