15 Sources: Anthropomorphic Animal Art

15 Sources: Anthropomorphic Animal Art

Carrie McBride
Jun 21, 2013

Maybe it's Wes Anderson's thoroughly enjoyable Fantastic Mr. Fox or perhaps web memes like these, but animals dressed as humans has somehow become a popular art style. And, it cracks me up. I see this type of art a lot in kids rooms which makes sense - kids love animals and depicting them donning suits and spectacles adds some humor and fun.

Below are links to these specific prints, but all of these artists have produced more animal art along these lines so take a look through their shops:


Owl Man ($25/45, John Keddie)
T-Rex in an Ugly Sweater ($7.99, Collage-O-Rama)
Racoon Lady ($10-35, Berkley Illustration)
Classy Ostrich ($10, Cocktail Zoo)Lion ($20-30, Kris Tate & Börg)
Lion ($20-30, Kris Tate & Börg)


Sven ($25, Cats in Clothes)
The Fox Queen ($12, Fab Funky)
Ancien Regime ($159.99, Thierry Poncelet)
Mr. Lover-Bull ($16.50-72, Animal Crew)
King Piggy ($10, Coco De Paris)


Mr. Fox ($49, Jim Bobart)
Panda in Suit ($12, French Gallery)
Cat ($17, In Amelia Art)
Giraffe ($10, iFUNmagine)
Custom Portrait of Dogs in Uniform ($523.31, Dog Artists)

(Images: as linked above)

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