Artist Tyler Feder is reinterpreting a different movie scene every day of October.
Samuel Leighton-Dore

9 Oct 2018 - 9:58 AM  UPDATED 9 Oct 2018 - 2:26 PM

Artist Tyler Feder is changing up popular movie scenes in the best way possible.

Celebrating social media artist initiative Inktober, which sees artists share a different work every day for a month, Feder has committed to diversifying a different famous movie scene every day of October. It's not the first time the artist has tackled a lack of diversity in the arts - having previously made inclusive versions of classic paintings.

"Happy #inktober2018, friends!!" Feder wrote on Instagram.

"Last year, I took classic paintings and made them more inclusive. This year I’m doing the same thing but with famous movie scenes!"

So far, Feder has chosen scenes from films including Mean Girls, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Toy Story and The Notebook,  making them representative of different cultures and body shapes.

She is even taking requests from social media users (Titanic, please!).

You can follow her work here.

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