Just as director Wes Anderson has an affinity for a certain type of female character, he also has a natural attraction to certain types of colors.

Throughout Anderson's films, we have seen the director use a 70s-influenced color palette that has made his movies as recognizable as the movie stars in them. Whether it's the yellow and blue hues in "The Darjeeling Limited" or the orange and brown shades in "The Fantastic Mr. Fox," you can instantly tell (even without seeing Bill Murray's face) you're watching a Wes Anderson film when you see those bright, saturated colors pop on the screen.

Anderson's latest film "Moonrise Kingdom" is no exception to the Anderson color palette. The muted yellow-green and pale blue colors we see in the movie ring true to Anderson's color style. And in honor of the recent film, which again proves Anderson is a genius in multiple aspects, we have complied color palettes based on his six most popular movies.

Click through our slideshow and feel the warmth and inspiration of Wes Anderson's film color palettes.

Art by Rayden Salinas.

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  • "Rushmore"

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  • "Rushmore"

    Max's blue blazer jacket and maroon beret became iconic colors for the movie "Rushmore." Not only did the colors define who Max was as a person, but became staples for a generation of prep school students.

  • "The Royal Tenebaums"

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  • "The Royal Tenenbaums"

    In 2001, Anderson used pink and brown, the colors of the Tenenbaum family flag, throughout the film. The two colors were predominant throughout the Tenenbaum's home and is frequently worn by Royal and Pagoda during the movie to convey the family's turmoil.

  • "The Darjeeling Limited"

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  • "The Darjeeling Limited"

    The vibrant blue and golden yellow in "The Darjeeling Limited" didn't just play a huge role in the film's advertisements. Yellow and blue are used throughout the movie, but most iconically when the brother's escape the blue and yellow cage.

  • "Fantastic Mr. Fox"

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  • "Fantastic Mr. Fox"

    In his first animated film, Anderson used shades of orange and brown throughout the entire movie to recreate the classic children's novel. From the Fox's home to Mr. Fox's tie, Anderson brought a nostalgia to his audience by using colors from the 70s, the decade the book was first published.

  • "The Life Aquatic Of Steve Zissou"

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  • "The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou"

    No colors say "aquatic life" quite like vibrant red-orange and blue, which Anderson used throughout the 2004 film. The blue suits represented sea life while the red caps were an ode to Jacques-Yves Cousteau, co-developer of the Aqua-Lung.

  • "Moonrise Kingdom"

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  • "Moonrise Kingdom"

    The muted yellow-green and pale blue create a summer-like haze over the film, which demonstrates the love of Sam and Suzy. Of course, Anderson includes these colors in the costumes as well.

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