A Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs fan has paid the ultimate tribute to her favourite film - by having the entire cast of characters etched on her skin.
Annfaye Kao, 27, from Taichung, Taiwan, had the intricate art work inked across her whole back in a marathon three month tattoo session.
According to the Daily Mail, the colourful patchwork of cartoons was inspired by a dream she once had about the fairy tale.
Sporting blue-hair and scarlet lips, Snow White forms the centerpiece while prince charming and evil Queen Grimhilde hover above.
Professional tattoo artist Ping meticulously drew and then coloured in the incredible work depicting scenes from the infamous Disney animated movie.
The seven dwarves can also be seen happily - except Grumpy - enjoying the rolling green countryside. And the impressive ink work has even notched Annfaye an award at an international tattoo convention in Singapore.
She said: 'It took three months to finish it as it was so detailed. It hurt really badly to get a full one on my whole back.
'At times I was in such pain that I wanted to hurry it up, but luckily I didn’t give up and got it finished. 'I got an invite shortly afterwards to a tattoo exhibition and of course I came first in the best tattoo competition.'
The incredible ink was designed by Annfaye, from after being inspired by a dream about Snow White. Annfaye - who says Snow White is her favourite ever movie character of all time - said: 'The motive for the tattoo started in a dream.
'It reminded me of my childhood and my love for Snow White as she is so beautiful.
'As a child I used to imagine I was Snow White in a fairytale so it seemed like a good thing to have tattooed on my back.
'Snow White is a part of my childhood and therefore me, so I’m happy I will have it on me forever - it reminds me of my princess dream.'
And Annfaye is adamant her friends and family fully support her.
She added: 'Everyone loves it, which makes me feel lucky to have so many understanding and supportive people around me in life.
'I don’t have a boyfriend but if I was to begin dating I would love him to accept what I have had done and respect my passion for tattoos. 'If they can’t accept it then we won’t really be compatible people.'