Ed Sheeran is undoubtedly one of the biggest stars in music. And for his latest music video, “Supermarket Flowers,” he has teamed up with award-winning mangaka, Yoriko Hoshi, who is behind the critically acclaimed series, Aisawa Riku.

The music video features Ed Sheeran drawn in the mangaka’s distinct art style. Oh, and it also features his two cats, Calippo and Dorito.

The mangaka went all out for the music video, working on the project for 10 months. In that time span, Hoshi even visited several places, including London, Ireland, and other locations for inspiration.

The mangaka won one of the most prestigious prizes in the industry, the Osamu Tezuka Cultural Prize’s Grand Prize, thanks to Aisawa Riku, The manga follows a 14-year old girl who can cry on command, and can turn on fake tears “like a faucet”.