The cinematography of Wes Anderson films is marked by symmetry, vibrant colour schemes and a dash of whimsical fancy. Famously, every single frame in the cult American film director’s movies is a painting. In what could well be the best thing on the internet now, a subreddit discussion ‘Accidental Wes Anderson’ sees users post pictures of real-life places that capture the director’s style without a single added prop or staged set design.

Fairy, kitsch, a frontal camera and a symmetrical composition figure prominently as typical elements of  Wes Anderson set. Whilst, a good chunk of the photos come from Scandinavia, almost every hemisphere is represented on the feed. Each of the places look as if they could have housed a scene from The Grand Budapest Hotel or The Royal Tenenbaums.