Hier werden alle deine Harmonie-Bedürfnisse gestillt.

Perfekte Fotos – wer liebt sie nicht? Bilder, die so symmetrisch aussehen, als ob sie aus einem Bilderbuch stammen. Die eine so harmonische Farbkomposition haben, dass es einfach Spaß macht, sie anzusehen.

Genau solche Bilder versammelt der Instagram-Account accidentallywesanderson. Der Name ist Programm, denn die perfekten Bilder schreien nach der Filmästhetik eines bestimmten Regisseurs: Wes Anderson, der zum Beispiel die Welten von „Grand Budapest Hotel“, „Moonrise Kingdom“ und „Der Fantastische Mister Fox“ erschaffen hat. Der oscarprämierte Filmemacher ist bekannt für seine ausgefallenen Handlungsstränge, fließende Kameraführung, den Hang zu Pastellfarben, und natürlich seine symmetrischen Kompositionen.

Falls ihr einen Beweis braucht, dass Wes Anderson wirklich ALLES symmetrisch anlegt, bitteschön:

Leider sind diese höchst befriedigenden Bilder nicht echt – doch accedentallywesanderson macht sich auf die Suche nach realen Orten, die ganz ausversehen nach Wes-Anderson-Harmonie schreien. Und ist bereits 342 Mal fündig geworden.

_________________________ Boca Raton Resort | Boca Raton, Florida | c. 1926 • • The Boca Raton Resort & Club, opened February 6, 1926 as the ‘Cloister Inn’, it is a large resort and membership-based club located in Boca Raton, Florida • • The site was originally designed by California-born architect, Addison Mizner who began to plan the area as a major resort destination throughout the Florida land boom of the 1920s • • When the real estate bubble's following economic depression ended, Philadelphia utility millionaire Clarence H. Geist purchased the inn via an auction in 1927, and expanded it into the 'Boca Raton Club’. Architectural firm, Schultze and Weaver doubled the inn's size and added a cabana club • • Subsequently, the U.S. Army used the club as barracks during World War II. Touted by officials as "the most elegant barracks in history," it housed soldiers during the Boca Raton Army Air Field's operation • • Within post-war times, the Club's ownership and ultimately name were changed. The Schine family purchased the club in 1944, renaming it the Boca Hotel and Club • • Then in 1969, the Boca Raton Club Tower was opened. The building is still considerably taller than any other building in southern Palm Beach County. In addition, its famous "Boca pink" color has made it more famous than its stature of 300 feet (ninety-one meters) and twenty-seven floors and it is commonly referred to as the "pink hotel" • • Know more? Please comment below! • • 📸: @dcfoodporn • ✍️: @wikipedia • #AccidentallyWesAnderson #WesAnderson #VscoArchitecture #Vsco #BocaRatonResort #SymmetricalMonsters #Florida #AccidentalWesAnderson #BocaRaton
_________________________ Crawley Edge Boatshed | Perth, Australia | c. 1930s • • The Crawley Edge Boatshed, also known as the Blue House Boat, is a well-recognized and frequently photographed site in Crawley, a suburb of Perth, Western Australia • • Thought to have been originally constructed in the early 1930s to house and shelter boats, it has changed ownership numerous times over the years and undergone various repairs and renovations over the decades after storms and floods • • In 1944 the property leading to the boatshed was purchased from Ivy French by Dr Roland and Joyce Nattrass as a site for the family home. At the time, the real estate agent insisted the boatshed had to be purchased with the block of land, for the additional payment of 5 pounds • • The Nattrass family built a larger, more modern structure around the original boatshed and utilized it until they gave it to Ron Armstrong, a Patron of the Perth Sea Scouts in 1972 • • Ownership was passed again to Barry Krollman in the 1990s - a keen sailor from the Royal Perth Yacht Club - which is located just across Matilda Bay from the boatshed and is the third oldest Yacht Club in Australia with origins tracing back to 1841 • • In early 2001, ownership finally fell back into the hands of the Nattrass family when Perth Lord Mayor Peter Nattrass purchased and extensively renovated the structure • • In 2004, it was re-launched by triple solo-circumnavigator of the world, Jon Sanders and single solo-navigator, David Dicks • • Today thousands of motorists pass the timber boardwalk leading to this unique structure on the banks of Matilda Bay. It is one of the most photographed structures in Western Australia • • Know more? Please comment below! • • 📸: @_jameswong • ✍️: @Wikipedia + @AustralianGeographic • #AccidentallyWesAnderson #WesAnderson #VscoArchitecture #Vsco #SymmetricalMonsters #WesternAustralia #AccidentalWesAnderson #Perth #Australia

Das Ziel: Möglichst viele Leute zu inspirieren und sie zu ermutigen, auf Reisen zu gehen. Denn überall auf der Welt gibt es Orte, die wie von einer perfektionistischen Hand designt aussehen und Geschichten beherbergen. Neben jedem Foto steht auch immer der genaue Standort und auch die Geschichte des Gebäudes. Und das machen die Betreiber ziemlich erfolgreich: 347.000 Abonnenten hat der Account schon.

_________________________ Kölnisches Stadtmuseum | Cologne, Germany | c. 1888 • • The Kölnisches Stadtmuseum or Cologne City Museum is a museum focused on the history of the city of Cologne, providing insight into the history, culture, economy and everyday life in the fourth most populated city in Germany • • Opened in August 1888, the museum initially was housed in the Hahnentorburg and the Eigelsteintorburg, however the collection was moved starting in 1927 to be housed on the right side of the Rhine in the former barracks of the Deutzer Cuirassiers • • From 1958, the extensive collection holdings were exhibited in the Armory, one of the oldest buildings in the city. The magnificent structure was was built in a period of 12 years between 1594 and 1606 • • A special feature of the building is the golden "Flügelauto” (‘winged car’) on the roof of the Zeughau tower, which was installed in 1991 by German artist HA Schult. Government officials demanded the removal of the car with reference to monument protection, but the ministry tolerated a "temporary” showcasing of the piece • • Focal points of the museum’s permanent collection are topics such as popular devotional objects and religion, the university which was founded by Cologne citizens in 1388, cultural life and sciences, domestic life, the economy and transport, concentrating on the period from 1600 to 1900 • • The presentation of the exhibits is not chronological, but thematically structured, and the museum has an average of about 70,000 visitors per year through its collection • • Know more? Please comment below! • • 📸: @geliklein • ✍️: @wikipedia • #AccidentallyWesAnderson #WesAnderson #VscoArchitecture #Vsco #Cologne #SymmetricalMonsters #Germany #AccidentalWesAnderson #KölnischesStadtmuseum
_________________________ S-Bahn Train | Berlin, Germany | 1930 • • The Berlin S-Bahn is a rapid transit railway system in and around Berlin that has been in operation under this name since December 1930 having been previously called the special tariff area Berliner Stadt-, Ring- und Vorortbahnen (Berlin city, orbital, and suburban railways) • • With individual sections dating from the 1870s, the S-Bahn was formed in time as the network of suburban commuter railways running into Berlin • • The core of this network, that is the cross-city ("Stadtbahn") East-West line and the circular Ringbahn were converted from steam operation to a third-rail electric railway in the latter half of the 1920s with a number of suburban trains remaining steam-hauled, even after the Second World War • • Before the construction of the Berlin Wall in 1961, the Berlin S-Bahn had grown to about 335 kilometers. However, August 13 1961 - the building of the Berlin Wall - was the biggest turning point in the operation and network for the S-Bahn • • While services continued operating through all occupation sectors, checkpoints were constructed on the borders with East Berlin and on-board "customs checks" were carried out on trains. East German government employees were even forbidden to use the S-Bahn since it travelled through West Berlin • • The construction of the Berlin Wall led to West Berlin calling for the unions and politicians to boycott the S-Bahn. Subsequently, passenger numbers fell • • After the Berlin Wall came down in November 1989, the first broken links were re-established, with Friedrichstraße on July 1st 1990. The BVG and DR jointly marketed the services soon after the reunification • • It wasn’t until June 2002 that the Gesundbrunnen – Westhafen section also reopened, re-establishing the Ringbahn operations and fully restoring the former S-Bahn network to its 1961 status • • Know more? Please comment below! • 📸: @sivad_ekim • ✍️: @wikipedia • #AccidentallyWesAnderson #WesAnderson #VscoArchitecture #Vsco #SymmetricalMonsters #Berlin #AccidentalWesAnderson #Germany

Falls du auch mitmachen willst: Deine eigenen Fotos, die zufälligerweise nach Wes-Anderson-Shots aussehen, kannst du über die Webseite accidentallywesanderson.com einsenden – vielleicht landen sie irgendwann dann tatsächlich im Account. Dem Filmemacher gefällt die Idee auch: Er ließ die Seite exklusiv das Filmposter zu seinem neusten Film vorstellen.

Übrigens: Wes Andersons neuster Streifen „Isle of Dogs“ erscheint am 10. Mai in Deutschland! Warum du den auf gar keinen Fall verpassen darfst, verraten wir dir an dieser Stelle.

Quelle: Noizz.de