You can now visit Wes Anderson’s ‘Isle of Dogs’ sets in London

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Words by Rosie Macquire.

You had me at dogs.

A new exhibition has opened in London, celebrating Wes Anderson’s upcoming stop-motion film Isle of Dogs.

Curated by Anderson himself, the exhibit offers a behind-the-scenes look at the film, with handmade puppets and sets being showcased. It also boasts life-size noodle bar inspired by the film’s Megasaki restaurant.

The movie itself is set 20 years into the future and takes place on ‘Trash Island’, just off Japan. It follows a gang of dogs who set out to help a young boy look for his canine companion, Spot.

The free exhibition is located at The Store X in London. For us Aussies, the film will be released in Australian cinemas on April 12.


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