Brooklyn-based illustrator Peter de Sève, who is mostly known for his cover illustrations for The New Yorker magazine, drew two of Hollywood's most beloved characters having a little pity party for themselves. Sève figures that Yoda and Kermit have a lot in common: they’re both puppets, green-skinned, and live in swamps.

So, what inspired him to create this masterpiece? In his own words:

"Below is a short ride on my train of thought:

hmmm ...


he would be good to draw... and he was actually a puppet, wasn't he?

No, he was a muppet! And he was green, too.

I love muppets.

I wonder what I'll have for lunch...

Wait a minute! Wasn't Kermit the frog a muppet, too?

Wait! Wait! He was a GREEN muppet!

And they both lived in swamps!

What if they knew each other?

What if they actually hung out together??!!"

Peter de Sève's website
via [Neatorama], [Reddit]
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  • I love it! :) Even his train of thought is awesome! :)
  • I love the caption/title! :D
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