20 Things Every Wes Anderson Fan Needs, Straight From the Silver Screen
Yes, pink princess phones and matching tracksuits are necessities, thank you very much.
Wes Anderson's films are a feast for the eyes. From their charming color palettes and vintage sets to their deliberate, symmetrical composition, each one is carefully crafted and utterly fantastic. It's no wonder why the director is celebrated for his whimsical cinematic style. Needless to say, we love the eye candy, and today presents the perfect excuse to treat ourselves. We've rounded up all the colorful must-haves that Anderson fans will want to snag ASAP.
Twenty years in the making, movie/television critic Matt Zoller Seitz guides readers through Anderson's life and career in a hardcover book-length conversation, woven together with original illustrations and production images from The Royal Tenenbaums, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, Fantastic Mr. Fox, Moonrise Kingdom and all your other favorites.
What would a Wes Anderson film be without a record player? Retro meets modern in Crosley's Cruiser Deluxe Turntable — this record player still rocks its charming suitcase-style shell, but now you can dial in the record's speed with advanced pitch control adjustments or easily sync to the Bluetooth connection and stream digital music right through the built-in speakers. Francoise Hardy vinyl not included.
Build your very own Grand Budapest Hotel with this papercraft kit. Printed on cardboard to an almost astonishing level of detail, all you need is glue, scissors and a little (or a lot, depending on the person) patience to put it together. You'll also receive a Mendl's patisserie box as a gift with your purchase.
The viral phenomenon now comes in book form. With a foreword by Wes Anderson himself, "Accidentally Wes Anderson" captures the world's most idiosyncratic and beautiful sites in all their faded grandeur, appealing to the millions who love his films.
When the pandemic landed Megan Housekeeper in her Austin, Texas, home full-time, she launched her social media persona Mid-century Millennial, where she shares her love for vintage finds and retro-inspired, DIY room makeovers.
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We used a cardboard box, a magnifier, laptop and a window shade to create an outdoor theater.
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