Talented artist Thibaud Herem brings a variety of Wes Anderson sets to life in his detailed drawings of the array of London landmarks used in the films. The drawings are so detail-oriented and filled with perception of depth that they look three dimensional and as if the viewer is standing in front of the real set location.
Herem has a knack for creating hand drawings that look as if they are photos while still capturing the whimsy and creativity seen in so many of Anderson's famous films such as The Grand Budapest Hotel, a movie released by Anderson back in 2014. The illustrations capture the locations with ink and pencil using techniques such as shading and color to bring the illustrations to life.
Herem's work is featured on his Instagram page that is an amazing place to explore for fans of Anderson's films as well as those interested in architecture.
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