Squidward's self-portraits are artworks by Squidward that appear in many episodes involving his house. They first appear in the episode "Opposite Day."
They are self-portraits of Squidward, ranging from many artistic styles from simple self-portraits, to wildly abstract self-portraits.
- One of Squidward's most famous self-portraits is a painting of a clown.
- They seem to change locations in different episodes. In "Opposite Day" and "Squid's Visit," they are located upstairs. In "Not Normal," they are located downstairs in the living room.
- In the episode "Squid's Visit," SpongeBob manages to copy Squidward's entire wall of self-portraits. Squidward admits that they are even better than his.
- "Squid's Visit" is the only episode that has a screenshot of over one hundred paintings.
- One of Squidward's paintings resembles one of Picasso's paintings.
- There is a portrait of Squidward featured in the game SpongeBob's Atlantis SquarePantis, which resembles one of Van Gogh's self-portraits.
- The last reported number of self-portraits that Squidward has is 492. It is unknown whether or not if he currently has more than such.