Artist Casey Weldon has cast Wes Anderson favorite Bill Murray as almost every character in Wes Anderson's movies. No, really, this is just as great as you're thinking it is. More images after the jump.
These Murrays are part of Weldon's second installment for Spoke Art's tribute to Anderson's films. His first was in 2010 and can be viewed here. But here are the most recent Murrays, putting the celebrated actor in the shoes (and clothes, and hair) of characters from The Fantastic Mr. Fox, The Darjeeling Limited, and this year's Moonrise Kingdom, including Sam Murray, pictured above.
To view the whole collection, visit Weldon's blog or Spoke Art's Bad Dads gallery.
Images used with permission from Casey Weldon
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