Fun facial designs are landscapes for tiny people

Juan Sánchez Castillo make-up

The 'Making up' series is a tribute to the art of make-up and imagination

You can be incredibly creative when it comes to using little miniature figures, as we've witnessed efforts from artists Christopher Boffoli (opens in new tab) and Slinkachu (opens in new tab). This series sees the turn of Spanish photographer Juan Sánchez Castillo (opens in new tab).

Depicting models faces as the landscapes for these little people, using make-up to cleverly showcase the figurines working hard. Entitled 'Making up', the photography is a tribute to the art of make-up and imagination, proving a beautiful execution.

There's figurines of painters, mowers and more, with the make-up providing an incredible attention to detail. The placement of the models fingers are also brilliantly impressive. Which one's your favourite?

Juan Sánchez Castillo make-up

Juan Sánchez Castillo make-up

Juan Sánchez Castillo make-up

Juan Sánchez Castillo make-up

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