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The Interiors of Wes Anderson

Wes Anderson (May 1st 1969) is an American film director and screenwriter. His films are known for their distinctive visual and narrative style.

His chosen themes and their delivery are stylized but always in the service of a larger point. That is, perhaps, his signature strength as a filmmaker. He is a stylist of the highest order, but his style is never without purpose.
I personally appreciate his ability to create a discerning aesthetic and I look forward to watching the next tale to come out the universe that he worked so hard to create.

Wes Anderson uses shots framed like the portrait of a painting.

A close-up overhead shot of a hand doing something with an artifact from the film’s universe.

Anderson’s use of symmetrical framing.

Wes Anderson often uses slow motion shots set to popular music.

Tyler the Creator’s interpretation of Daisy Bell (Bicycle Built for Two for Mark Ryden’s exhibition - The Gay Nineties

MARK RYDEN

Katy Aphrodite

Oil on canvas, 2014

MARK RYDEN

The Tree of Life

Oil on canvas, 2006

MARK RYDEN

Allegory of the four Elements

Oil on canvas, 2006

MARK RYDEN

The Creatrix

Oil on canvas, 2005

MARK RYDEN

Leonardo Dicaprio

Oil on panel, 1998

MARK RYDEN

Baloon Boy

Oil on canvas, 1998

MARK RYDEN

Incarnation

Oil on panel, 2009

MARK RYDEN

60 California Brown Bear

Oil on canvas, 2006

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