2010 has set the bar pretty high for holiday-themed art. And now it's our turn to share that joy with you. Here's a collection of the best and the freakiest holiday cards, prints and illustrations. From stuffed Rudolph to Bigfoot.

And winner for most disturbing holiday illustration goes to Rob Sheridan. Wow, just wow.

Not to be outdone, artist Mike Mitchell has his own little adorably depressing holiday message too. But it's still not nearly as horrific as Mitchell's 2009 holiday greeting...

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See what we mean! That will put your kid back a few therapy sessions, well done Mike Mitchell. More images on Mitchell's Tumblr.

And now for something a little less dramatic, but still awesome none the less. Check out the official Lucas Arts Holiday Card, via Rebel Scum.

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LAIKA studios (makers of Coraline) sent us this awesome little video card. We highly recommend going to this link, LAIKA Holiday and watching the adorable little short.

Comics Alliance busted out the Krampus designs for their Holiday Card, illustrated by Anthony Clark.

Anthony Clark's second card for Comics Alliance.

Demonic Christmas Tree message! Created by Patricio Oliver. More work at The Tenebrae. Via Super Punch.

More cute Star Wars cards from Love Sick Robot Designs via Etsy.

Look out Santa! By Tina Sea Monster available at ETSY.

Germán Orozco's holiday wishes give us the chills. Prints available at Germán Orozco Shop.

Infamous Stromtropper cosplayers Red and Jonny are sending out their Christmas wishes through a holiday photo shoot on their website.

Sad snowmen mourn the loss of their snowbrother in a holiday card we got from game development studio Undead Labs.

UPDATED: I'm silly, those be snowzombies!

But what will they do with 7 maids a milking we wonder? Adorable science Christmas card from Hawk Gerber is delightful. You can purchase it at Etsy.

Exterminate wishes from the Geeks Of Doom!

Doesn't the baby Wookie know, he'll shoot his eye out! [Created by Michael Fleming via Super Punch]