It's a shaesme that Wes Anderson's films, due to their low-key, indie nature, don't get the same props for production design by the mainstream that other films do. Love or hate them, they've got a distinct style that dovetails very nicely into the genetic of the film.

I must not be the only one that feels that way, because someone went through the trouble of building the entire Grand Budapest Hotel (from the film of the same name) out of LEGOs. And it's pretty sharp.