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Artist Creates Bill Murray Paper Doll Tribute

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Everyone loves Bill Murray don't they? Well, you probably don't love him as much as Brazilian designer and illustrator Niege Borges, who has created this amazing film featuring a paper doll of the actor in all his movie outfits

"Bill Murray Wearing Socks" is a 4 and a half minute journey through all of Murray's major moments, and Borges has even designed some concept packaging for the costumes to boot.

Too good to hurry, this is Bill Murray. Wearing Socks.

Images: Niege Borges

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