Perfect symmetry, precise coloration, surreal backdrops . . . these are all qualities that make Wes Anderson’s films so recognizably Wes Anderson. His aesthetic is so magical, I know I’m not the only one who wishes I could be transported to his imaginative, self-contained locales. Well, now you can, thanks to one amazing Instagram feed: Accidentally Wes Anderson. Curator Simon Sarris encourages travelers, all over the world, to submit photos of Wes-worthy vignettes. From a Swiss hotel built in 1882 to an Alaskan post office built in 1969 to an Indian royal palace built in 1732 to an Art Deco building in downtown Los Angeles, it turns out a little piece of Wes Anderson has been right under our noses this whole time.