A new book portrays striking locations from Lisbon to Alaska brimming with the great director’s aesthetic appeal
There’s something about director Wes Anderson’s style that’s instantly recognisable. Immaculate composition, symmetrical lines, pastel colours, idiosyncratic and strangely alluring sets are trademarks in films from The Darjeeling Limited to The Grand Budapest Hotel.
But a new photography travel book, Accidentally Wes Anderson, is full of places in the real world that look as though they are from one of his films (but aren’t). It’s the latest offering from the man behind the @accidentallywesanderson Instagram account, Brooklyn-based Wally Koval.