The Incredibles dwell in a kind of extraordinary dystopia, at once a celebration and an exaggeration of Eames-era modernism. Flanking either side of their suburban abode are split-level houses whose bland facades are punctuated by rows of tailored boxwoods: they’re robotic stand-ins, a kind of horticultural mutation of Stepford-wife stupor.
Jessica at Design Observer takes a unique look at The Incredibles. Her dissection of the film’s design is a pleasant and informative read. She has provided links to examples on the web of the various elements from the film.