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The muppets get existential

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It's pretty standard for everyone to have the odd existential moment. Where did I come from? What am I here for? Why are there no baby pigeons?

So, it's only natural that the Muppets, with their wildly confusing heritage, would also have similar bouts of reflectiveness.

Graham Annable created a set of illustrations that give us an idea of how these soul-searching situations might look, with Kermit, Miss Piggy and Gonzo looking for answers. From the looks on their faces, we're not too sure if they like what they see.

The much-anticipated new Muppets film is out next year and you can see more of Graham's work here.

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