Admit it: You鈥檙e addicted to rearranging and redecorating your apartment (game recognize game). You鈥檝e already raided the home section at Urban Outfitters for some cute new storage and accessories, and now you鈥檝e decided to personalize your healthily cluttered decor (hygge, anyone?). Of course, you could print some photos for a gallery wall. But why not get a portrait that fills your space with some girl power?

No, we鈥檙e not talking about the Spice Girls 鈥 we鈥檙e talking about your face. A Vancouver artist, Mandy Tsung, was tired of people telling her to smile more, so she decided to celebrate her scowl with the Bitchy Resting Face Project. She asked women to send in a selfie of their normal, relaxed facial expressions, and she turned them into beautiful painted portraits.

鈥淎ll women know how infuriating it is if someone tells you to smile when your face is simply relaxed,鈥 she wrote when she started the project. 鈥淭his is the most natural face a woman can make; her most honest expression, and yet it is so unsettling that strangers feel the need to do something to stop it. Perhaps it鈥檚 because it makes it hard for them to enjoy her, to objectify her.鈥

You鈥檙e probably pretty familiar with Bitchy Resting Face, or Resting Bitch Face (RBF for short, thanks), and maybe you鈥檝e even been told you have it. If you鈥檝e ever felt self conscious about it, this is the perfect way to reclaim it. The portraits have recently been showcased at a show called 鈥Strong Female Character鈥 at Vancouver鈥檚 Hot Art Wet City gallery, and while Mandy has to date received more selfies than she鈥檚 able to recreate in paintings, she tells the CBC that she鈥檚 happy to keep the dialogue the project inspires going. 鈥淚鈥檝e heard from people who say that because of this project, they鈥檝e gotten to talk to their partners and other men in their life about what the project is about, but also gendered social pressures. It鈥檚 been good for starting conversations.鈥

Finished #bitchyrestingfaceportrait!

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(h/t CBC, featured photo via Getty)