Artist creates stunning pop culture landscapes using only eye makeup
🎶 The snow glows white on the mountain tonight Not a footprint to be seen. A kingdom of isolation, and it looks like I'm the Queen... . Disney's "Frozen" ❄ . ~~~ PRODUCT LIST 🎨 ▫Eyelid and inner corner: @suvabeauty Hydra cream base in satire, bank. @starcrushedminerals beach house blues, Concrete minerals Domino, @katvondbeauty skulls and synth ▫Mountains Background: Concrete minerals Domino, @suvabeauty hydra eyeliner, Snow queen, @katvond dark wave, skulls. Monaco 113 and 81 eyeshadows. ▫Elsa: Monaco watercolors and 81+83 eyeshadows. ▫Eyebrow: @suvabeauty Snow queen, coarse salt. ▫Eyeliner: #suvabeauty cream base Bank covered with coarse salt. ▫Lower lashes: Mehron watercolor, coarse salt.▫Waterline: @ofracosmeticsisrael white rabbit eyeliner gel topped with Monaco 83 eyeshadow. ▫Lower lash line: Kat Von D black metal.▫False lashes: @lashesinabox n.11
A post shared by Tal Peleg (@tal_peleg) on Feb 27, 2016 at 8:06am PST
While out-of-the-box makeup tutorials are nothing new, the pop culture masterpieces being created by visual artist Tal Peleg are in a league of their own.
Referencing everything from Disney films to cult classic like 'The Shining,' Peleg uses makeup to re-imagine intricate landscapes reflecting modern media.
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🎼The phantom of the opera 🎶 🎹"In sleep he sang to me, in dreams he came, that voice which calls to me, and speaks my name. And do I dream again for now I find, the phantom of the opera is there, inside my mind"
A post shared by Tal Peleg (@tal_peleg) on Feb 22, 2014 at 11:14am PST
Equipped with nothing but makeup, a lot of creativity, and a seriously steady hand, the Israeli visual artist has gained over 260,000 followers on Instagram and almost half a million on Facebook for her unique depictions.
Explaining her creative process more in detail, Peleg told Bored Panda, "Inspiration is all around me, and I give my own unique artistic interpetation using makeup. It can be inspired by emotions, movies, fairytales, animals, food, important social matter and more. I create all the eye-art on my own eye, and I use mostly eyeshadows, eyeliners and watercolors, and of course – super tiny brushes. It takes hours of work, and lots of patience, but I really enjoy every moment of the process!"
Check out more of her masterfully crafted work below:
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