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Insane Makeup Turns Models Into 2-D Paintings Of Famous Artists

Russian make-up artist Valeriya Kutsan teams up with photographer Alexander Khoklov and post-processing expert Veronica Ershova, using a breathtaking array of techniques to paint the faces of models to resemble the flat, two-dimensional works of famous 20th-century artists.

Yin meets yang

Yin meets yang

A bodice laced up

A bodice laced up

Who's the leader of the club that's made for you and me?

Who’s the leader of the club that’s made for you and me?

A heartbeat

A heartbeat

Pinwheel

Pinwheel

Pixellated

Pixellated

Mondrian muse

Mondrian muse

Worthy of Lichtenstein

Worthy of Lichtenstein

Here is a face-painted like a chalk drawing

Here is a face-painted like a chalk drawing

With her art, Kutsan has used an array of techniques to paint the faces of models to resemble the flat, two-dimensional works of famous 20th-century artists

With her art, Kutsan has used an array of techniques to paint the faces of models to resemble the flat, two-dimensional works of famous 20th-century artists

She turns the human face into an unparalleled canvas

She turns the human face into an unparalleled canvas

The facepainting of Russian makeup artist Valeriya Kutsan is breathtaking stuff

The facepainting of Russian makeup artist Valeriya Kutsan is breathtaking stuff

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