If you've seen Wes Anderson films like The Royal Tenenbaums, The Darjeeling Limited, or The Grand Budapest Hotel, you'll notice some unique cinematic hallmarks of his directing style. His aesthetic is characterized by symmetry, pastel hues, whimsical details, and distinctive retro elements, and those trademarks inspired an Instagram account called @accidentallywesanderson.
The account is filled with submissions from followers of their Wes Anderson-esque findings in real life, and an exhibition at Shinagawa's Warehouse Terrada will display around 300 of them for visitors to appreciate.
Admission to the event is priced at ¥2000 for adults, ¥1500 for university students, and ¥1000 for high school students and below. Children under pre-school age receive free admission.