Take a closer look at the video game caricatures hanging on Wreck-It Ralph's bar walls

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When Ralph heads into the bar-themed game Tapper's in Wreck-It Ralph, the animators wanted to replicate the look of the famous New York restaurant Sardi's, which has celebrity caricatures on the wall. But of course, the celebrities of Wreck-It Ralph are video game characters, giving the animators an excuse the cook up their own caricatures.

Bobby Pontillas has shared some of the caricatures he worked on—and you can see more at his website. These are just another delightful detail the artists working on the film included, and the movie's director Rich Moore even managed to sneak up on the wall.

Tappers Caricatures [Bobby Pontillas via Xombie DIRGE]

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James Whitbrook

Oh, these are gorgeous! I really should go and see Wreck it Ralph now that it's finally out here in the UK.

The Chun-Li one is spectacular, but I love this one of Joe Musashi from the Shinobi games. I'd love prints of these to go on my wall!