If you’re lucky enough to be on Joe Phillips’ Christmas card list, you’re in for a treat.

Best known to comic book fans for his past work on such books as Justice League of America, Silver Surfer, X-Men, Legion of Super-Heroes, The Incredible Hulk, Captain America, Wolverine, Green Lantern and Superboy, in recent years, Phillips also has become well known in fannish circles for his stunning cosplay and retro-inspired graphic art homages (and spoofs) of 20th century poster and pinup art masters.

Artist: J.C. Leyendecker, 1935.

This current work, to be used as Phillips’ 2017 Christmas card, is modeled after J.C. Leyendecker’s 1935 classic “Trimming the Pie” featured as a Saturday Evening Post cover.

But in the modern version, Phillips inserts his own self portrait instead of Leyendecker’s granny figure. He also updated the 1935-era kid into one of his signature 20-something Joe Boys.

Always one to give his fellow artists due credit, Phillips acknowledges Leyendecker as the source and inspiration of his card … on his card.

And, if you’re wondering what kind of pie that Joe is making, it’s “Apple Pear,” Phillips said in a Facebook post.