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It’s a universal truth that when large things are made small, they become infinitely cuter. We at RocketNews24 must have documented this phenomenon 100 times over. From tiny crochet figures to cat nuts, small-sized items are just so darn adorable.

But what about shrinking only one part of an object? Cute or just plain creepy?

Young manga artist Jigoku no Misawa has had huge success with his shrunken-face style of drawing, earning him top prize in the 68th bi-annual Akatsuka Awards and a regular spot in the manga magazine, Jump Square. His comedy series Kakkokawaii Sengen (Cool-cute Announcement) has won over the hearts of many, or at the very least inspired Photoshop experts to recently experiment with shrinking the faces of big name Hollywood celebrities in photos.

Warning: some of the following images may cause severe brain break or a terminally busted gut in turn.

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▼ Sigourney Weaver’s been spending a little too much time near aliens.

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▼ Well, there’s my nightmare for this evening…

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▼ “Gorlami!”

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▼ Oh, Kate! What have they done to you!?

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▼ Okay, who wants to fund my Kickstarter to make this movie happen?

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▼For a good reference of Jigoku no Misawa’s unique style, here’s a look at the cover of volume four of Kakkokawaii Sengen, taken from Amazon.

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To see more images from the inspirational artist, Jigoku no Misawa, full galleries can be found at Naver Matome or the artist’s official blog.

Source: Hamster Sokuhou (Japanese)