The Darjeeling Limited, 2007 | Image: Fox Searchlight
Say what you will about film director Wes Anderson but he, however eccentric, is an auteur whose talents are widely recognized. He may not be a maker of box office smashes, yet each of his quirky films have his signature obsession with symmetry and an overall striking aesthetic. So much so that if you pull still shots from his films, many appear as if they could stand alone as art found in a gallery, such as a photo or painting. Above and below are a few examples; see more lovely shots in this article.
The Grand Budapest Hotel, 2014 | Image: Fox Searchlight
The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou, 2004 | Image: Touchstone Pictures