To me it’s sort of like handwriting. I’ve sort of developed my own handwriting and with each movie I want to make a different setting or world for the story, but, at the same time, as much as I feel like I’m doing something completely different in terms of the world, I don’t want to force myself to change my handwriting.
– Wes Anderson (on his recognizable directorial and artistic style)
I love this quote from Wes Anderson in an interview on Cinemablend.com. I think all artists are in search of their “style” but referring to it as handwriting feels like you’re already halfway there in solidifying it. Have you found your handwriting, yet?