Like most of Wes Anderson’s films, The Royal Tenenbaums—with its distinctly Wes Anderson blend of titillating colors, symmetry, and dry humor—has been rhapsodized about continuously since its 2001 release. Just as Margot Tenenabum (played by Gwyneth Paltrow) has been continuously emulated, in all of her deviant, beautiful, and savant-like charm. Made by Etsy store bestplayever, this notebook brings to life both The Royal Tenenbaums as well as the bewitching and perennially struggling artist and playwright Margot. Alluding to the plays Margot was perpetually toiling over, the cover reads “Three Plays by Margot Tenenbaum.” Yet contained inside are 20 blank pages, begging to be filled with material. Kick back in the tub, maybe with a cigarette, but certainly with a fur coat within arm’s reach, turn on The Kinks, and start penning an unforgettable first act.