Vancouver-based artist Wendy Tsao creates perfect toy-versions of some of history's most empowering women by re-painting Bratz dolls. wendytsao.com Because hands up if you wish you had your own Frida Kahlo to play with when you were a kid. 🙌 Inspired by an Australian artist who gave the dolls a "make-under", Tsao's project began after reading a children's book about primatologist and activist, Jane Goodall. wendytsao.com "I don’t know the answer, but I wonder if a child who plays with a doll of someone who is a real person who did some amazing things might think more about real-life things, and appreciate more the real potential that lies within all of us, than when she or he plays with say, a Disney character or Bratz doll," Tsao tells BuzzFeed Life. "You know how we 'outgrow' our Bratz dolls or Disney princess dolls? It’s hard to imagine feeling the same way about Malala Yousafzai. Can you outgrow Malala?" Via wendytsao.com Doubtful. Despite only starting her project a few months ago, Tsao has already completed a number of transformations, including one dedicated to J.K. Rowling, complete with Gryffindor scarf. Via wendytsao.com A Roberta Bondar doll, ready for takeoff. wendytsao.com And an incredible Waris Dirie. wendytsao.com Tsao will be auctioning the dolls in a few weeks. Details and more of her wonderful work can be found on her website.