The Instagram trend you didn't know you needed...Art may imitate life, but as evidenced by the thousands of people designating their photos #AccidentalWesAnderson, perhaps the opposite is also true. * Vogue * Pastel colors, front-on facades, hyper-stylized uncanny symmetry: director Wes Anderson has a defined aesthetic. Once you've got your eye in, you can see it anywhere.... [Koval's] account, @AccidentallyWesAnderson, has found favour with an 'engaged group of explorers with a keen eye,' who send him thousands of submissions every week. * The Guardian * The subreddit of images from real places reminiscent of the filmmaker's sets and style is brilliant. * Architectural Digest * Legions of fans are scouting for locations around the world that evoke the 48 year-old director's trademark twee aesthetic... Color, symmetry, and absurdity are the defining elements of his aesthetic. * Quartz *
Wally Koval is the founder of Accidentally Wes Anderson, a rapidly growing community based on Instagram with more than 993,000 fans. @accidentallywesanderson shares photographs and stories of the most interesting locations on Earth - real life places that share an aesthetic with the world of legendary filmmaker Wes Anderson's movies.