A bunch of authors dressed up as their favourite literary characters and it was brilliant

How amazing are these pictures?

Metro

Terrty Pratchet as Just William.jpg Photographer Cambridge Jones has collaborated with The Story Museum for its latest exhibition which celebrates childhood story heroes and sees well-known authors dress up as their favourite literary characters.  All Photos: © Cambridge Jones Terrty Pratchet as Just William (Picture: Cambridge Jones)

Photographer Cambridge Jones has taken a series of amazing photographs in which authors dress up as their favourite characters from fiction.

Authors dressed up as their favourite literary characters as part of The Story Museum’s latest exhibition, which celebrates childhood book heroes.

Neil Gaiman, Malorie Blackman and Terry Pratchett are just some of the popular writers involved in the project.

As you can see, the resulting photos are nothing short of wonderful.

Neil Gaiman as Badger.jpg  Photographer Cambridge Jones has collaborated with The Story Museum for its latest exhibition which celebrates childhood story heroes and sees well-known authors dress up as their favourite literary characters.  All Photos: © Cambridge Jones Neil Gaiman as Badger

Jones said that when he came up with the idea for the series, he wanted to create images that would turn heads.

Francesca Simon as the Queen of Hearts (Picture: Cambridge Jones) Francesca Simon as the Queen of Hearts (Picture: Cambridge Jones)

He told Metro: ‘The Story Museum in Oxford approached me and asked whether I would be interested in doing a series of portraits to celebrate the museum opening. I said that I had…

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