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Art inspired by Wes Anderson: Bad Dads VI

Taking fan art to the next level, the Bad Dads exhibition features over 70 works by Wes Anderson enthusiasts

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Cath Clarke
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We can thank (or blame) Wes Anderson for a generation of hipster-cool films. And he’s got fans so totally devoted they have Wes Anderson-themed weddings. So no surprise that there’s also an art show in the director’s honour – although you’ll have to go to New York to catch it. It's called 'Bad Dads' and started six years ago as a pop-up. This year’s show features over 70 Wes-works paying tribute to his films, from alternative posters to a portrait of a sad-looking Bill Murray with pink fish.

‘Bad Dads VI’ is at the Joseph Gross Gallery in New York, August 7–9 

Valentin Fischer, 'Jack Whitman'

Michael Ramstead, 'Steve Zissou'

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Max Dalton, 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'

Chelsea O'Byrne, 'Khaki Crusade'

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Ivonna Buenrostro, 'What’s Wrong With You?'

Joshua Budich, 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'

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Kemi Mai, 'Suzy'

Meghan Stratman, 'Hot Box'

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Dean Stuart, 'Make Yours Like Mine'

Matt Chase, 'The! Life! Aquatic!'

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Tracie Ching, 'The Sugar Crab'

Martinne Johanna, 'Oh..Margot'

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