A machine can analyse Wes Anderson’s visual motifs better than you

By Ruby Boddington

Wes Anderson’s films are famous for their colour palettes, specific humour and captivating stories, motifs that create a cohesive and incredibly distinctive body of work. However, what exactly are these motifs and how do they manage to create films that are so specifically “Wes Anderson”? We, thanks to the work of Yannick Assogba, we can now pick apart his films, beyond the usual symmetrical compositions and surreal themes with the help of Inception V3, a “deep neural network” produced by Google.

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