Undeniably, no filmmaker has been more influential over an entire generation of bloggers, ad geeks, and instagrammers than Wes Anderson. From our overhead shots of supplies to our love of Futura, his influence runs deep. And just when we think we’ve got him pegged for tracked out sans serif, he’ll drop a caution yellow script on us (à la Moonrise Kingdom). We can never wait to see what he’ll do next visually, and what magic he’ll create with his hand-picked team of talented production designers. Graphic designer Annie Atkins is one such artist — she worked alongside Wes to create all of the graphic elements for his most visually stunning movie to date, The Grand Budapest Hotel. The Dublin-based designer worked in advertising and film for years before she got the call from Wes. And it’s a gig that’s undeniably changed her life. (Since we interviewed her, the film was nominated for nine Academy Awards and took home four wins including Best Production Design!) Annie’s already busy wrapping up her next big project, Stephen Spielberg’s upcoming Cold War spy thriller due to release later this year. Join us as we spend an afternoon with this incredibly talented designer to talk about her creative process, how she got her big break, and what it was really like to work for Wes.