Bill Wearing Socks: A Bill Murray Tribute in Paper Dolls

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We all have plenty of reasons to thank Bill Murray, but Brazilian artist Niege Borges might take the cake on creative tribute.

Borges writes that the project "Bill Wearing Socks" is "my thank you card to Bill Murray. But as I am not very good with words, I decided to make a paper doll with costumes of his filmography. I also did a concept packaging for the costumes, just for fun."

Featured in the series is Murray in popular costumes from Fantastic Mr. Fox, Life Aquatic, and as Garfield. The print is available for purchase on her Society 6 website.

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