After The Grand Budapest Hotel killed it at the Oscars, these made up Wes Anderson characters are super appropriate. At the Academy Awards, the film picked up the awards for achievement in costume design, achievement in makeup and hair styling, best production design and best original score. In spite of Wes Anderson missing out on best picture, best director, original screenplay and achievement in cinematography, the folks at Mashable teamed up with illustrator Vicky Leta to create 11 Wes Anderson characters the acclaimed filmmaker should consider for future projects.
The imaginary characters include Mr. Flackensteen, a neurotic novelist who likes the smell of leather as well as Scubby, a deep sea treasure hunter who loves strawberry ice cream. Of course, Bill Murray is also mentioned.
Mashable and Vicky Leta Created Imaginary Wes Anderson Characters
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