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These Painted Celebrity Dolls Aren’t The Real Thing

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These Painted Celebrity Dolls Aren't The Real Thing
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Celebrity dolls are often released as toys or collector’s items, but rarely do they bear an on-point resemblance to the real person. In fact, many of these toys are hilariously inaccurate. Artist Noel Cruz decided to take matters into his own hands. Cruz takes these dolls and paints uncanny portraits of their human counterparts onto their factory-made faces. The results are so lifelike, it’s hard to believe they’re just action figures. Check out some of Cruz’s work below.

These Painted Celebrity Dolls Aren't The Real Thing

These Painted Celebrity Dolls Aren't The Real Thing

These Painted Celebrity Dolls Aren't The Real Thing

These Painted Celebrity Dolls Aren't The Real Thing

These Painted Celebrity Dolls Aren't The Real Thing

These Painted Celebrity Dolls Aren't The Real Thing

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These Painted Celebrity Dolls Aren't The Real Thing

These Painted Celebrity Dolls Aren't The Real Thing

These Painted Celebrity Dolls Aren't The Real Thing

These Painted Celebrity Dolls Aren't The Real Thing

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