Artist drew himself and his cat in 100 different cartoonists' stylesS

For his Mikenesses series, Adventure Time and Bravest Warriors cartoonist Mike Holmes drew himself (often accompanied by his cat Ella) in the styles of more than 100 different cartoonists and animators. It's a neat study that shows a real understanding of the styles—and it's also incredibly charming.

It looks like Mikenesses have been on pause for a while, but Holmes has tons of them up on his Tumblr. Here are just a few of them:

In the style of Quentin Blake:

Artist drew himself and his cat in 100 different cartoonists' stylesS


In the style of Berkeley Breathed

Artist drew himself and his cat in 100 different cartoonists' stylesS


In the style of Wallace and Gromit

Artist drew himself and his cat in 100 different cartoonists' stylesS


In the style of George Herriman

Artist drew himself and his cat in 100 different cartoonists' stylesS


In the style of Dr. Seuss Chuck Jones

Artist drew himself and his cat in 100 different cartoonists' stylesS


In the style of The Powerpuff Girls

Artist drew himself and his cat in 100 different cartoonists' stylesS


In the style of Graham Annable

Artist drew himself and his cat in 100 different cartoonists' stylesS


In the style of Archer

Artist drew himself and his cat in 100 different cartoonists' stylesS


In the style of Osamu Tezuka

Artist drew himself and his cat in 100 different cartoonists' stylesS


In the style of Gary Larson

Artist drew himself and his cat in 100 different cartoonists' stylesS


In the style of Rob Liefeld

Artist drew himself and his cat in 100 different cartoonists' stylesS


In the style of Nicholas Gurewitch

Artist drew himself and his cat in 100 different cartoonists' stylesS


In the style of Bill Watterson

Artist drew himself and his cat in 100 different cartoonists' stylesS


Mikenesses [Mike Holmes Draws via MetaFilter]