As the movement for self love continues, the latest comes from an artist who has taken to Instagram to change the perspective of what is considered a flaw in a woman鈥檚 body, in the most creative and beautiful way.

Spanish artist Cinta Tort Cartr贸 uses paint and glitter to highlight features of the female body that society has said needs to be 鈥渇ixed.鈥 She makes beautiful rainbow works on real women鈥檚 bodies (as well as other mediums), showing artistic versions of things like stretch marks, period stains, and cellulite. Through social media, her work has already gained the attention of over 14K followers.

The 21-year-old didn鈥檛 initially plan on making such a big statement with her art. As she told Yahoo Beauty, she was initially inspired the way many artists are. 鈥淚t all started as a form of expression, but it quickly turned into social commentary of the male-dominated culture we live in,鈥 she said. 鈥淭here are many things happening in my town that I couldn鈥檛 be silent on, such as the male microaggression toward the female body. I know there are countries that have it worse than here in Spain, but I couldn鈥檛 stay silent.鈥

Now, she is using her work to both bring awareness to, expose, and destigmatize topics like menstruation. She has a series now where she paints underwear with color and uses the hashtag #manchoynomedoyasco. The phrase translates roughly to, 鈥淚 stain myself but I am not disgusted.鈥

Her goal is for women to embrace the unique features of their different bodies, and to stop seeing these differences as flaws. 鈥淚 grew up feeling sometimes out of place. I鈥檓 tall and big, so it鈥檚 important for me to state in my art that everyone is beautiful and those 鈥榝laws鈥 are not that. They make us unique and special,鈥 she said.

What do you think of Cinta Tort Cartr贸鈥檚 powerful work? Tell us your favorite feminist artist @BritandCo!

(h/t Cosmopolitan; photo via Tim P. Whitby/Getty)