Wes Anderson’s movies are known for their beautiful aesthetic, but what it would be like to be transported in one of the scenes from his movies in real life? Instagram page Accidentally Wes Anderson will give you the answer you’re looking for and it will take you on a pastel-colored trip around the world.
Wally Koval started this page on a whim and used it as a personal travel bucket list of places he could visit with his wife. Over the years, Accidentally Wes Anderson grew from a random Instagram page to a global community of adventurers who love travel and aesthetically pleasing architecture in equal measure.
As the official website of this project explains, Accidentally Wes Anderson is all about exploring “the unique, the symmetrical, the atypical, the distinctive design and amazing architecture that inspires us all.”
The photographs featured on this page span dozens of countries and they look straight out of a Wes Anderson movie, despite the fact they’ve never appeared in one of them.
Koval discussed his fascination with Anderson with BBC and said he admires his movies for “evoking somewhat imaginary qualities” with their set-pieces. They may look straight out of the fairy tale, but Accidentally Wes Anderson proves that equally dreamy locations can be found in our everyday life.