David by Michelangelo
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A time-lapse hibiscus from “Garden Wise,” c. 1950s.
Follow the leader | by Andrew Schoeman
Israeli designer and makeup artist Tal Peleg uses her own lovely eyes as a canvas for beautiful ocular illustrations. Anne Frank writes in her diary by candlelight, an insomniac’s sheep jump over a fence, and little Moomintroll picks flowers with the Snork Maiden. For “The Princess and the Pea” Tal used a green contact lens as the pesky pea. For “The Ugly Duckling” she used one eye for the brood of ducklings and the other for the splendid swan that the homely duckling became.
She even created a tribute to Breaking Bad by painting Heisenberg’s unmistakable mug on her eyelid, using her eyelashes as his mustache.
Visit Tal Peleg’s DeviantART gallery to view more of her marvelous cosmetic creations.