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Sıradan İnsanlardan Kazara Wes Anderson Kareleri

Sıradan İnsanlardan Kazara Wes Anderson Kareleri

Instagram'daki accidentallywesanderson hesabı, takipçilerin gönderileriyle Wes Anderson'ın imzası haline gelen simetrik kompozisyonu yaşatıyor.

Wes Anderson, yarattığı simetrik kompozisyonu ve kullandığı renk paletiyle günümüzün en karakteristik yönetmenlerinden birisi. Wes Anderson’ın pencereleri, iç mekan tasarımları, taşıtları gibi pek çok öğe hem farklı mecralarda çalışan sanatçılara ve video makale üreten yapımcılara ilham verdi. Her ne kadar sinemada özneyi kameranın tam ortasına koymak yeni bir teknik olmasa da yönetmenin ürettikleri bir imzaya dönüşmeyi başardı.

Herkes yayınlanması için fotoğraf gönderebiliyor

Instagram’da 10 Haziran’dan beri aktif olan @accidentallywesanderson hesabı da sıradan insanların veya fotoğrafçıların çektikleri simetrik fotoğrafları paylaşıyor. Bir nevi, kazara Wes Anderson olan kareler derleniyor. Hesabın dikkatini çekmek için ilgili fotoğrafa #AccidentalWesAnderson etiketini eklemek yeterli. Hesabın yöneticisi seçtiği fotoğrafın sahibine kredi vererek fotoğraftaki öğelere dair bilgi de ekleyerek paylaşıyor. Hesabı yalın bir simetriden öteye götüren şey ise The Grand Budapest Hotel’in binaları, Moonrise Kingdom’ın deniz feneri, The Darjeeling Limited’in treni gibi öğelere yer vermesi. Bire bir o yapılar, taşıtlar değiller belki ama doğru noktadan bakınca simetriyle buluşunca adeta filmden birer kareymiş gibi görünüyorlar.

İki gün önce 100 bin takipçi barajını geçen hesabın önü oldukça açık duruyor. Hem etkileşimle ve katılımla büyüdüğü için hem de simetrinin zerafetinden tüm anahtar kelimelerle faydalandığı için hesabın büyümesi kaçınılmaz duruyor.

#AccidentalWesAnderson Château Malou | Woluwe-Saint-Lambert | c. 1776 • • The château was built in 1776 in the neoclassic style by a wealthy merchant, Lambert de Lamberts. The current building replaced a small hunting lodge from the 17th century • • After Belgium gained its independence from The United Kingdom of Netherlands, the château changed owners and eventually passed to the finance minister of the new Belgian government, Jules Malou. Malou occupied the building from 1853 onwards and the building retains his name ever since • • The château now is the property of the municipality of Woluwe-Saint-Lambert and is primarily used for cultural activities and exhibitions • • Know more? Please comment below! • • ?: @rudolfvdv • • #WesAnderson

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#AccidentalWesAnderson Binoculars | Toronto Islands, Ontario | c. ~1976 • • The Toronto Islands have been the city's go-to summer day-tripping spot for over 150 years now • • The first horse-powered ferries started carrying folks across the harbour in 1833, and by the turn of the 20th century the western side of the Islands was already a bustling resort spot, anchored by the Hanlan family who opened a hotel there in 1878 • • The main stretch of the Island actually started as a peninsula, formed by deposits from the Scarborough Bluffs over thousands of years. It wasn't until two huge storms, first in the 1850s ripped through the city, that the Eastern Gap was formed • • Although the Coney-Island-like atmosphere on the Islands died when the Hanlan's Point Amusement Park closed up shop in the late 1920s, the area still retained a sizable residential community until the 1950s when Metro Toronto Council sought to convert the Islands into City parkland • • Over the next 20 years, numerous homes were demolished, but residents on Ward's and Algonquin Islands continued to battle the City until late 1981, when the province granted them the right to stay until 2005 • • The Island airport, which opened in 1937, has also see its fair share of controversy over the years. Like the homes, however, it's not going anywhere. With the exception of Centreville and a few other business the rest of the Islands remain tranquil parkland with ample beach areas and views of the Toronto skyline • • Know more? Please comment below! • • ?: @yulischeidt • • ✍️: @blogto • #WesAnderson #AccidentallyWesAnderson

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#AccidentalWesAnderson Haus der Kulturen der Welt | Berlin, Germany | c. 1957 • • The Haus der Kulturen der Welt or "House of the World's Cultures" in Berlin is Germany's national centre for the presentation and discussion of international contemporary arts, with a special focus on non-European cultures and societies • • It presents art exhibitions, theater and dance performances, concerts, author readings, films and academic conferences on Visual Art and culture • • The building was formerly known as the Kongresshalle conference hall, a gift from the United States, designed in 1957 by the American architect Hugh Stubbins as a part of the International Building Exhibition • • John F. Kennedy spoke here during his June 1963 visit to West Berlin • • On May 21, 1980, after the roof collapsed, the hall was rebuilt in its original style and reopened in 1987 in time for the 750-year anniversary of the founding of Berlin. To Berliners it is also known as the Schwangere Auster ("pregnant oyster") because of its exterior design • • Know more? Please comment below! • • ?: @lindaberlin • • ✍️: @wikipedia • • #AccidentallyWesAnderson #WesAnderson #VscoArchitecture #Vsco #SymmetricalMonsters #Berlin #Germany

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#AccidentalWesAnderson Rajmahal Palace | Rajasthan, India | c. 1729 • • Commissioned by H.H Sawai Jai Singh II as a garden resort and a private palace for Chandra Kanwar Ranawat, his beloved wife, who was the daughter of the Maharana of Mewar, Raj Mahal Palace has a history of more than 250 years • • Built in 1729, the palace is located in the heart of Rajasthan’s capital and home to the Maharaja of Jaipur • • In 1821, Rajmahal became the official residence of the British Resident Political Officer of Rajputana and in 1958 His Highness Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II of Jaipur – the celebrated and dashing ‘Jai’ – chose it as his personal private residence before converting it to a hotel in 1979 • • Over the decades this remarkable Palace has hosted Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, as well as several other members of the British Royal Family, and eminent international celebrities such as Jackie Kennedy, Lord and Lady Mountbatten, and the Shah of Iran • • Following a carefully orchestrated restoration by the prodigious designer Adil Ahmad, the palace continues to embody the heritage of its past, maintaining the original, features such as a marble staircase, elaborate chandeliers, and treasured family possessions • • Know more? Please comment below! • • ?: @veeceecheng • ✍️: @wikipedia + @cntraveler • • #AccidentallyWesAnderson #WesAnderson #VscoArchitecture #Vsco #Rajasthan #SymmetricalMonsters #India

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#AccidentalWesAnderson Húsavík Light | Húsavík, Iceland | c. 1956 • • The Húsavík Light is a lighthouse off the north Eastern coast of Iceland, boasting an interesting semicircular cylindrical concrete tower standing 39 feet (12 meters) tall, and a multi-colored lantern and gallery inset in the top • • Located on the east side of Skjálfandi Bay, the town of Húsavík is actually a fishing port with a population of about 2400; it is one of the largest and most accessible locations in northeastern Iceland • • The lighthouse is located on a promontory on the north side of the entrance to Húsavík harbor, about 2 km (1.2 mi) west of town • • Still active today, it has a focal plane of 164 feet (50 meters) and when in use, the light will flash every 2.5 seconds either the color white, red or green depending on the direction it is facing • • While the site is open to the public, the Tower is restricted to authorized personnel • • Know more? Please comment below! • • ?: @matthijsvmierlo • #AccidentallyWesAnderson #WesAnderson #VscoArchitecture #Vsco #SymmetricalMonsters #Húsavík #Iceland

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#AccidentalWesAnderson Hellenic Parliament | Athens, Greece | c. 1843 • >Now back to our regularly scheduled programming< • • The Hellenic Parliament or “Old Royal Palace” (Greek: Παλαιά Ανάκτορα) is the first royal palace of modern Greece, completed in 1843. It has housed the Hellenic Parliament since 1934. The Old Palace is situated at the heart of modern Athens, facing onto Syntagma Square • • The palace was designed by Bavarian architect Friedrich von Gärtner for King Otto of Greece and his wife, Queen Amalia, with funds donated by Otto's father, King Ludwig I of Bavaria • • Construction work started in 1836 and was completed in 1843. As it served originally as a palace for the Greek monarchs for about a century, it is sometimes still referred to as the "Old Palace" • • After suffering fire damage in 1909, it entered a long period of renovation. During renovations the King and his family moved to the Crown Prince's Palace, from then on known as the "New Palace", one block to the East • • In 1924, a referendum abolished the monarchy. The building was then used for many different purposes—housing a variety of government and public services in the 1920s, functioning as a makeshift hospital during World War II, a refugee shelter for Greek refugees from Asia Minor in 1922, a museum with the personal effects of King George I (now part of the collection of the National Historical Museum), and other uses • • In November 1929 the government decided that the building would permanently house Parliament. After more extensive renovations, the Senate convened in the "Old Palace" on 2 August 1934. Although the monarchy was restored that same year, the building has housed Parliament ever since • • Know more? Please comment below! • • ?: @nicanorgarcia • ✍️: @wikipedia • • #AccidentallyWesAnderson #WesAnderson #VscoArchitecture #Vsco #Athens #SymmetricalMonsters #Greece #HellenicParliament

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#AccidentalWesAnderson Private Residence | Saksun, Faroe Islands | c. ~1810 • • Saksun is a village with a population of 15 inhabitants near the northwest coast of the remote Faroese island of Streymoy • • The 18 Faroe Islands are a territory of Denmark with a combined 600 miles of roads, a total population of 49,000 inhabitants and 70,000 sheep • • Saksun lies in the bottom of what used to be an inlet of the sea, surrounded by high mountains. The inlet formed a deep natural harbour, until a storm blocked it with sand in the 1600s. The old harbour became a seawater lagoon, only accessible by small boats at high tide • • There is a church in the village as well, but it did not always reside there. Originally it was located in Tjørnuvík – a long walk over the high mountains to the north, so in 1858 the residents disassembled the church, carried it over the mountains and reassembled it in Saksun. It was renamed Saksunar Kirkja (Church of Saksun) • • The turf roofs seem here are traditional style that was used to provide protection from the rain as well as thermal insulation. They have become a symbol for the region and are utilized on newer homes throughout the islands as well • • Know more? Please comment below! • • ?: @hollieharm • ?: @unsplash • ✍️: @wikipedia + @thenordique • • #AccidentallyWesAnderson #WesAnderson #VscoArchitecture #Vsco #Denmark #SymmetricalMonsters #FaroeIslands #Saksun #Streymoy

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