Creative Posters Show the Cross Sections of Famous Wes Anderson Locations

Rebecca OConnell
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Fans of filmmaker Wes Anderson know that the sets of his movies are just as important as the characters and plot. The unusual and intricate structures found in Anderson films are so charming that they could be stand-alone works of art. Three of these iconic buildings can now be hung on your wall thanks to designer Alex Pearson and creative studio Familytree.

Familytree is currently selling three posters featuring buildings from The Royal Tenenbaums, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, and The Grand Budapest Hotel. Fans can look inside the 111 Archer Avenue house, tour the Belafonte, and catch glimpses of the Grand Budapest Hotel. You can catch some fun details, like Richie's tent and trophy wall in the Archer Avenue house, or the sauna and dolphins swimming under the Belafonte. Pearson provides videos of the process he used to make the posters in the classic Anderson style.

You can buy each of these posters individually or in a bundle. They can even come with frames if you're in the mood to splurge.

[h/t: Design Taxi]