Just a couple weeks after we shared artist Brian Kesinger’s...







































Just a couple weeks after we shared artist Brian Kesingers heartwarming depiction of characters from Star Wars: The Force Awakens in the style of Calvin and Hobbes, here’s another touching pop culture mashup to brighten your day. Florida-based artist James Hance beautifully combined Star Wars characters with the beloved Winnie-the-Pooh books by A.A. Milne and the style of their illustrator E.H. Shepard to create… wait for it… Wookie the Chew.

Pooh Bear is replaced by a younger version of Chewbacca, Christopher Robin is Han Solo as a little boy, and a sweet mother and baby Tauntaun are Kanga and Roo. But our favorite character mashup by far is a mini AT-AT Walker as Eeyore, complete with a red bow tied round its nailed-on tail:

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Hance is currently selling original Wookie the Chew artwork on his Etsy shop. He’s also released a Wookie the Chew book on his website Relentlessly Cheerful Art and an audio book version as well.

[via My Modern Metropolis]


Brian Kesinger’s heartwarming depiction of characters from Star Wars: The Force Awakens in the style of Calvin and Hobbes, here’s another touching pop culture mashup to brighten your day. Florida-based artist James Hance beautifully combined Star Wars characters with the beloved Winnie-the-Pooh books by A.A.



 
 

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Brian Kesinger’s heartwarming depiction of characters from Star Wars: The Force Awakens in the style of Calvin and Hobbes, here’s another touching pop culture mashup to brighten your day. Florida-based artist James Hance beautifully combined Star Wars characters with the beloved Winnie-the-Pooh books by A.A. Milne and the style of their illustrator E.H. Shepard to create… wait for it… Wookie the Chew.
Pooh Bear is replaced by a younger version of Chewbacca, Christopher Robin is Han Solo as a little boy, and a sweet mother and baby Tauntaun are Kanga and Roo. But our favorite character mashup by far is a mini AT-AT Walker as Eeyore, complete with a red bow tied round its nailed-on tail:
Hance is currently selling original Wookie the Chew artwork on his Etsy shop. He’s also released a Wookie the Chew book on his website Relentlessly Cheerful Art and an audio book version as well.
[via My Modern Metropolis]