Make-up artist creates adorable cat pictures on unique canvas (Gallery)
Tal Peleg, from Israel, who spends hours painting the puss-inspired scenes on her face, said: "Makeup, for me, is art - just using a face instead of canvas or paper"
Tal incorporates everything from her blue iris to her eyelashes into her artwork.
"I try to use my work as something more than just making a girl look pretty."
"It has to express my feelings or tell a story."
In this picture below, she even incorporates a ball of yarn for her kitty to bat at.
Tal's face-paintings don't just feature animals, however.
The 30-year-old also recreates iconic movie scenes and paintings, taking inspiration from everything from fairy tales to bullying and her gran's dementia.
In one image, she colors in her bushy eyebrow as a branch to hang over a melting clock to recreate Salvador Dali's famous The Persistence of Memory painting.
Tal started playing around with makeup when she waz a child, using her little sister as a model in photo shoots.
Later on, she joined an acting school, where she spent most of her time doing other actors makeup.
Tal said: "It was then I decided I wanted to go to makeup school. On top of that I spent four years studying graphic design and I try to mix the two together now."
She takes inspiration from everywhere, which means she haz completed themes from fairytales through to hard hitting subjects like anti-bullying concepts.
My favorite iz the kitty pictures of course ;)
See more of her amazing artwork from her facebook page!
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