Wes Anderson Reasons for inspiration

Wes Anderson is not fond of using classical storytelling in his films, and shows no interest in it. Instead he comes up with his own forms of story.

With both my artwork and my schoolwork, I constantly seek out ways to break outside the box and give something that is unique and different to either my clients, my audience, or my instructors.

Wes Anderson uses distinct color pallets for each of his movies with each color showing up multiple times in his films.

Having been trained to have a designers eye at Exceptional Minds, I have grown to appreciate good use of color. I have learned that certain colors can make a huge impact in my work.

Wes finds it important that his viewers imprint their own values and experiences on his films, rather than having them figure out what he is trying to communicate.

I am okay with talking about my work, but if someone is looking at it, I want to hear what they think over what I think of my work.

Wes finds it important that his viewers imprint their own values and experiences on his films, rather than having them figure out what he is trying to communicate.

I am okay with talking about my work, but if someone is looking at it, I want to hear what they think over what I think of my work.

Wes Anderson has a unique way of achieving perfect balance in his shots, which is something we don’t see often.

Balance is huge to me in my art, because I need to find ways to create work that can trigger different emotions. Using negative space is a great way to do this.

Wes Anderson always picks unique music for his films, using artists that may not be super popular at the time but who’s music fits perfectly in his films.

I love to connect certain songs from obscure bands for my work, and use that as a form of inspiration to continue constructing my art.

Wes Anderson became close friends with Owen Wilson not because they had known each other for a long time ,but just because Wilson started acting like they were close friends.

Though I have not had anything as extreme as this, I have found that if I really get along with someone, the matter of time before we become friends can be really short.

Wes Anderson’s favorite Alfred Hitchcock movie is Rear Window because the movie never leaves the angle of the protagonists room.

I am a huge fan of Alfred Hitchcock movies, and would love to use some of his techniques in my future work as well. I take a lot of influence from classic movies and art in my work.

Wes will be happy to discuss the technical or structural aspects of his movies, but does not really like being asked to interpret his own work.

As with Wes, I am really happy to share with people how I put together my work and what influenced it, but sometimes I can struggle with telling the message behind my work.

Most of the characters in Anderson’s films are named after past classmates of his from high school.

When it comes to my personal writing, I tend to put parts of my past and aspects of old friends into my characters. This lets me connect with my characters even further.

Wes Anderson does not find movie reviews useful, whether they are positive or negative.

When it comes to trying to find a good movie that will influence me or have an impact on me, I find that I am able to look past reviews and instead try to see the art behind them and find films that I love. just because one person doesn’t like a movie, that does not mean that I shouldn’t either.

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