The pressure to be thin — from the media, from society, from family and friends and significant others — can be overwhelming at times, especially for women.

That's why Jody Steel, an artist who gained fame in college by painting incredible works of art on her legs, painted her torso to look like she was shedding inches off her waistline.

It's a beautiful performance piece that demonstrates the unreasonable goals people have for bodies — either others', or their own.

Here's "Body Image."

Steel posted the video to Facebook on March 8. It quickly went viral and now, just three days later, has already amassed more than 78 *million* views.

"There have been times I've look in a mirror and wished for a perfect figure," she commented on the video. "No matter how much I went to the gym or how little I ate carbs and sugar, I still didn't see what I imagined was perfect."

"Once I realized that naturally, I don't have a coke bottle figure, or long and thin legs, I began to let go of the pressures I've felt to fulfill an image that our society has deemed the pinnacle of beauty."

"So let go of your demons and learn to enjoy the things you love in life. You can be healthy and happy. I've had this idea for a long time and I'm glad I finally did it!"

Here's Steel's video in full:

Body Image by Jody Steel - A Timelapse DrawingMusic by Kylaido

Posted by Jody Steel on Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Find more of Steel's work on Instagram, or on her website.

h/t BuzzFeed