We’ve seen hundreds and hundreds of Muppet illustrations over the years, and it’s always fascinating to see how various artists interpret the characters. The art styles vary, but the essence of the Muppets almost always stay true.

Muppet fan artist Mike Boon (who you may remember as the artist behind the Muppet alphabet series) took his recent Muppet art project to the next level and not only found new ways to spotlight all our favorite characters, but to draw them in the styles of classic cartoons that perfectly match each one.

The end result is fascinating, and Mike managed to crank out over 50 illustrations, which he has generously allowed us to share here on ToughPigs.

If you dig Mike’s work (and I’m sure you will), be sure to follow him on Instagram and Twitter, or visit his website.

Fozzie Bear in the style of Care Bears

Zoot in the style of Shaggy from Scooby-Doo

Rowlf the Dog in the style of Blue from Blue’s Clues

Kermit in the style of Tommy Pickles from Rugrats

Doglion in the style of Jake the Dog from Adventure Time

Scooter in the style of Arthur

Sam the Eagle in the style of Samurai Jack

The Newsman in the style of Clark Kent from Superman: The Animated Series

Crazy Harry in the style of Doofenshmirtz from Phineas and Ferb

Sweetums in the style of Beast Man from He-Man and the Masters of the Universe

Dr. Strangepork in the style of Piglet from Winnie-the-Pooh

Floyd Pepper in the style of The Simpsons

Uncle Deadly in the style of Wally Gator

Pepe in the style of Squidward from Spongebob Squarepants

Miss Piggy in the style of The Powerpuff Girls

Robin in the style of Sprig from Amphibia

Lips in the style of Hey Arnold

Statler and Waldorf in the style of Beavis and Butthead

A Muppet Penguin in the style of Woody Woodpecker

Johnny Fiama and Sal in the style of Curious George and the Man in the Yellow Hat

Gonzo and Camilla in the style of Rocky and Bullwinkle

Link Hogthrob in the style of Johnny Bravo

Joe from Legal in the style of Simon from Alvin and the Chipmunks

Thog in the style of Eduardo from Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends

Pops in the style of Mr. Magoo

Wayne and Wanda in the style of Cosmo and Wanda from The Fairly Odd Parents

The Swedish Chef in the style of Bob Belcher from Bob’s Burgers

Mahna Mahna and the Snowths in the style of Peanuts

Bobo in the style of Yogi Bear

Constantine in the style of Baby Kermit from Muppet Babies

Droop and Mo Frackle in the style of Ren and Stimpy

Janice in the style of Kim Possible

Waldo C. Graphic in the style of Jabberjaw

Skeeter in the style of Dora the Explorer

Rizzo the Rat in the style of Splinter from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Lew Zealand in the style of Felix the Cat

Walter in the style of Butters Stotch from South Park

Dr. Phil Van Neuter in the style of Inspector Gadget

Dr. Teeth in the style of Barney Rubble from The Flintstones

Beautiful Day Monster in the style of Gumby

Bean Bunny in the style of Pikachu from Pokémon

Beaker in the style of Dilbert

Clifford in the style of Rocko’s Modern Life

Beauregard in the style of Wimpy from Popeye

Big Mean Carl in the style of Captain Caveman

Marvin Suggs and the Muppaphones in the style of Gargamel and the Smurfs

Bunsen Honeydew in the style of Dexter’s Laboratory

Andy and Randy in the style of Peppa Pig

Animal in the style of the Tasmanian Devil

Sam, Yorick, and Harry the Hipster in the style of The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy

The Muppet Show Theater in the style of Soundwave from Transformers

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by Joe Hennes – Joe@ToughPigs.com

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