The photos depict the male sex symbols looking up at the viewer from between the spread out legs of a woman.

The drawings are the work of Brooklyn-based female artist, Alexandra Rubinstein. Rubinstein hopes to change the cliche narrative about female sexuality through a project series called 'A Dream Come True'.

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The project is inspired by her personal journey of finding her identity as a woman. She hopes to educate people through her paintings that cunningligous, and women’s sexuality are taboos.

Justin Beiber:

She said to Cosmopolitan: "This series was a response to the lack of heterosexual female perspective in representation of sexuality in mainstream media and pornography… which reiterates to the viewer that sex is about men and their pleasure. It’s not! I wanted to explore fantasy from women’s point of view, which usually includes Jon Hamm and cunnilingus. At least for me."

David Beckham:

According to her, there is a lack of heterosexual female perspective in representation of sexuality in mainstream media and pornography.

Leonardo DiCaprio:

Her paintings show these male celebrities quite literally feasting on vaginas, their faces raised from where it was previously buried between spread out thighs.