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Charming Watercolored Paper Dioramas Inspired By Sets From Wes Anderson’s Films
By Louise Jane Cher, 03 Feb 2016
The Darjeeling Limited
Barcelona-based illustrator Mar Cerdà has been creating paper dioramas inspired by the sets of Wes Anderson’s films, and the results are absolutely gorgeous.
She has combined watercolor painting and paper-craft to recreate spaces such as the concierge of The Grand Budapest Hotel, the carriage interior of The Darjeeling Limited, and the bathroom from The Royal Tenenbaums.
As a student of cinema and audiovisuals, Cerdà has long had a fascination with the treatment of space, in particular to how frontal views are used in theater. This made Wes Anderson’s films the perfect fit for her 3D illustrations, as he often used symmetrical, front-view compositions.
Her creations demonstrate her keen attention to detail, as she has faithfully recreated the colorful patterns and motifs of Wes Anderson’s films that we are familiar with.
Check them out below, and head to her website to view more of her paper dioramas.
The Grand Budapest Hotel
The Royal Tenenbaums
[via Bored Panda, Mar Cerdà]
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