Wes Anderson films are an absolute aesthetic delight – from ‘The Royal Tenenbaums’ to ‘The Life Aquatic’ to ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’, these movies are recognisable for their symmetry, vibrant colour schemes and whimsical props.
Every single frame looks like a painting and although the sets are a result of carefully thought out design and location planning, sometimes Wes Anderson settings can be found in the most ordinary places by pure chance. Redditors have been taking to subreddit ‘Accidental Wes Anderson’ to present places they have found that accidentally but beautifully capture Anderson’s unique style:
Wes Anderson might be one of the best directors of our time, but an all night Anderson marathon is a bad idea. Here’s why.