Wes Anderson movies have a certain distinctive feel. Whether animated or live-action, the colour palettes, directorial choices and camera movements set them apart from your average film. And no one can deny that Anderson excels in creating a world in his movies that, while not far removed from ours, obviously exists on a slightly different plane. But what if you could visit these places? Mark Dingo Francisco, a Manilla-based artist, runs with this idea by creating a series of postcards featuring locations from Anderson’s films. Ones you could conceivably pick up at the lobby gift shop, and send to a friend, say, if you found yourself staying at the Grand Budapest Hotel.
Words by L. Kimberly Leung