If film directors truly are artists - and the screen their pallet - Wes Anderson is like a modern day van Gogh.
Not because Vincent himself was partial to bicycles, bowties, and Bill Murray (though we wouldn’t put it past him), but because each man's opus bears a unique visual style that separates them from their peers using distinct colour patterns.
Set to the equally twee sounds of DeVotchKa, this charming little supercut from Vimeo whizz Rishi Kenia illustrates Anderson's fondness for two colours particular colours: red and yellow, splashed on everything from Adidas tracksuits to props across his most famous films. It really is exceptional.
If you like Anderson's work, you'll lap this up.