If Wes Anderson Maybe Had Enough Money, He Might Just Build a Theme Park

(via Fast Co.Create)

In a foreword of Mark Mothersbaugh: Myopia, endearing auteur Wes Anderson puts forth the idea that if he secured enough funding, he’d want a theme park to be entirely put together at the direction of Mothersbaugh, who often scores Anderson’s films.

While that’s a sentiment in a foreword, it only makes one’s mind run with abandon in a symmetrically arranged frame.

Given that Mothersbaugh was a member of Devo and scored Rushmore, The Royal Tenenbaums, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, the prospect of this particular theme park that would undoubtedly aim to be a sort of whimsical that adults and children can both enjoy is worthy of invoking Futurama once more in saying, “Shut up and take my money”.