Slide 1 / 15
Wes Anderson films (The Royal Tenenbaums, Moonrise Kingdom, The Grand Budapest Hotel, etc.) all have a certain, distinct aesthetic: They’re whimsical, awash in color, and filmed in strangely satisfyingly symmetrical shots. Now there’s even a Subreddit called Accidental Wes Anderson, dedicated to sharing meticulous composition in real-life locations that look straight out of an Anderson film. Click through the slideshow to marvel at design symmetry all over the world — from palaces to pastry shops — that are sure to appease even your most OCD impulses.
Have you spotted any Wes Anderson-type symmetry in the wild? Tag us in your ‘grams @BritandCo!
Our Latest In Creativity
Most Popular on Brit + Co
15 Morning Habits to Boost Your Creativity All Day
25 Food Markets Around the World You Should Visit at Least Once in Your Life
7 Signs Your Relationship Might Not Be As Healthy As You Think
Lacoste’s Reasoning for Replacing Its Classic Croc Logo Will Make You Cheer
Riding Solo: How to Do Things Alone as a Woman