Attraction Art.Com was created to pay homage to the artwork and theming that has appeared in theme parks, both past and present. We are not Disney employees, but enthusiasts who hope to use our skills and experiences to offer some unique content that might otherwise be lost. We have a special place in our hearts for under-loved attractions and those which left us too quickly.

One of our most exciting endeavors is to produce re-creations of artwork from beloved  attractions, often times thought never to be seen again. We would like to help out other members of the fan community who are producing stories and videos on former attractions, but are forced to use low resolution or sub-par graphics with their content. Several sites have also popped up dedicated to re-creating past attractions in a virtual reality space. Our hope is to contribute by creating high quality versions of what once graced the walls of the queues and attractions themselves.  While a majority of our content will be Disney related, we won’t forget about other parks which had great offerings as well.

Please reach out to us! Your encouragement and participation is what keeps us going! Also feel free to use any of the re-creations you find on our site, that’s why they’re there!


I’m currently a graphic designer in Phoenix, AZ. I have been in love with theme parks since I was a child making yearly pilgrimages to Disneyland. I’ve always been fascinated by their ability to transport you to another place and time. For me the golden years in the parks were the 80’s and 90’s. I once told my mom I’d would work at Disneyland someday, and she told me the only jobs would be picking up trash – which I was fine with. Actually I’d still be fine with it.

If I had a time machine I would tell the younger me to forget what anyone tells you and draw whatever you want as long as it keeps you drawing all the time. Also to be an accountant. Also to buy up as many Star Wars action figures as you can find.