Anderson s films fjallraven duffel all share a vision they are apparently too unique, vibrant and deliberately constructed to possibly be real. Or are they? Not necessarily, it seems. The real world s most Wes-like places have now been gathered in a book, aptly named Accidentally Wes Anderson. Celebrating the singular aesthetic that Anderson fans love, each image featured in the book captures the elements of that vision symmetry, unexpectedness, vibrancy, quirkiness. The stranger-than-fiction story behind each location is told in accompanying text.
So what particularly drew Koval to the films of Anderson? Visually each is set in the real world while evoking somewhat imaginary qualities. And while the settings and scenes are all perfectly placed, the underlying narrative and the inner struggles of the characters are quite contrastingly complex. What we share is the IRL embodiment of this, and I think fjallraven kaipak the fact that these bigger than life locations can be found in our everyday is pretty incredible.
Accidentally Wes Anderson raises interesting questions about fact versus fiction, and reality versus fantasy. So which is better, accidental or actual Wes Anderson? I see one fjallraven kaipak 38 as being an extension of the other, and each interesting in their own right, is Koval s view. Wes Anderson himself puts it another way in his foreward to the book: I now understand what it means to be accidentally myself. Thank you. I am still confused what it means to be deliberately me, if that is even what I am, but that is not important. I send my very best wishes and much gratitude to this group for discovering and sharing all these peculiar and fascinating vistas.
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