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The world according to Wes Anderson movies is a pastel-coloured, eye-pleasing utopia, and now a subreddit has sprung up dedicated to capturing locations throughout the world that look like an Anderson set.

From Scotland to Hong Kong, life imitates art and Redditors happily snap buildings, public spaces and even remote countryside locations with the colour and cinematic quality unique to Anderson’s direction.

And it’s even inspiring people to look at everyday places differently: ‘I’ve walked by that building numerous times and never saw it like this,’ says one user, ‘It’s crazy what you don’t take in sometimes.’

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