The trouble began with a Wes Anderson-themed crochet mural hung on the side of a building in Bushwick, Brooklyn. The mural, which depicted the young hero of Anderson’s film Moonrise Kingdom holding hands with the creepy twins from The Shining, was installed overlooking the Bushwick Flea on an adjacent building. Unaccountably, it appears that neither the artist nor the market’s impresario, Rob Abner, asked the building owner’s permission to put the thing up.