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An ode to Bill

When we recieved the press release for this exhibition, no matter how hard we tried, we couldn't come up with a better opening sentence than this: "One thing that all people can agree on is the badassness that is Bill Murray."

The R&R gallery in Los Angeles dedicated an exhibition entirely to the genius that is Bill Murray. Inviting more than 40 artists to contribute to the gallery, they managed to fill the space with some 50 pieces of original art, inspired by the B-Man and we obtained a selection of images from the exhibition.

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