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Self-Portraits of an Illustrator and His Cat in 100 Different Artists’ Styles

True Story, Bravest Warriors, and Adventure Time illustrator Mike Holmes drew himself and his lovely cat, Ella, in the style of 100 different artists. Filmmaker and artist Johnny Zito introduced us to Holmes’ series. The Canada-based artist pays homage to some classic creators — Calvin and Hobbes’ Bill Watterson, Where the Wild Things Are’s Maurice Sendak, and How the Grinch Stole Christmas‘ Dr. Seuss included. Contemporary artists also get props, and Holmes’ gender-swapped portrait, a nod to Jess Fink’s valentine fun project, is an excellent addition. See who got Mike Holmes’d, below.

Image credit: Mike Holmes

Image credit: Mike Holmes

“I Hope Larson’d myself.”

Image credit: Mike Holmes

Image credit: Mike Holmes

“I How the Grinch Stole Christmas’d myself.”

Image credit: Mike Holmes

Image credit: Mike Holmes

“I Paul Pope’d myself.”

Image credit: Mike Holmes

Image credit: Mike Holmes

“I Brandon Graham’d myself.”

Image credit: Mike Holmes

Image credit: Mike Holmes

“I Maurice Sendak’d myself.”

Image credit: Mike Holmes

Image credit: Mike Holmes

“I James Kolchaka’d myself.”

Image credit: Mike Holmes

Image credit: Mike Holmes

“I Meredith ‘Octopus Pie‘ Gran’d myself.”

Image credit: Mike Holmes

Image credit: Mike Holmes

“I Bill Watterson’d myself.”

Image credit: Mike Holmes

Image credit: Mike Holmes

“I Jess Fink’d myself.”

Image credit: Mike Holmes

Image credit: Mike Holmes

“I Archer’d myself.”

Image credit: Mike Holmes

Image credit: Mike Holmes

“I Tex Avery’d myself.”

Image credit: Mike Holmes

Image credit: Mike Holmes

“I Gemma Correll’d myself.”

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