• “Making a Scene” Looks Back at Film’s Most Iconic Moments

  • “Making a Scene” Looks Back at Film’s Most Iconic Moments

  • “Making a Scene” Looks Back at Film’s Most Iconic Moments

  • “Making a Scene” Looks Back at Film’s Most Iconic Moments

  • “Making a Scene” Looks Back at Film’s Most Iconic Moments

  • “Making a Scene” Looks Back at Film’s Most Iconic Moments

  • “Making a Scene” Looks Back at Film’s Most Iconic Moments

  • “Making a Scene” Looks Back at Film’s Most Iconic Moments

  • “Making a Scene” Looks Back at Film’s Most Iconic Moments

  • “Making a Scene” Looks Back at Film’s Most Iconic Moments

“Making a Scene” Looks Back at Film’s Most Iconic Moments

We’re no strangers to pop culture art, but sometimes it can get a bit stale. However, artist Jim Ferguson‘s ongoing series Making a Scene goes further than simply creating homages to his favorite movies. He highlights pivotal scenes in the movies, the kind of scenes that are recognizable instantly. His illustrations are simple and not overly done, simply showcasing moments in cinematic history that everyone connects with. From childhood classics like Labyrinth to cult favorites like The Big Lebowski, every iconic scene you can think of in American film is here.

A native Texan, Ferguson recently returned to his love of art after quitting to focus on his family. After realizing his son could draw better than him, he picked up a pen and started doodling movie scenes to get his art mojo back–and hey, it worked. You can buy Making a Scene in fancy coffee table book format from Etsy, or buy prints of selected movie scenes from his store. 

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