Oh to live in the muted, pastel-colored world of a Wes Anderson film. Everything is symmetrical, everyone is well-dressed, and the aesthetic is charmingly kitsch without, somehow, becoming obnoxious. With titles like The Royal Tenenbaums and The Grand Budapest Hotel, the director has earned an impressive cult following, so it's no wonder that his fans are helping him scout locations for his next project. Well, kind of. A new Reddit thread entitled "Accidental Wes Anderson" is taking the internet by storm, collecting images of locations around the world that are just dreamy enough to seem like a still from one of his movies. They're eerie, eccentric, and all pretty perfect.
[Photos via Reddit]