Jul 02 2010

Obsessed With Faces (Photography)

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Every creature has been given a unique face and a distinguished identify. But what if you start seeing faces everywhere, even in inanimate things? Whatever you may think it is, essentially what you’ve got is an incredible concept for photography.

Today we are presenting lovely and pleasant faces which will make you smile. Your creative thinking will come alive by looking on these pictures and you may also get obsessed with faces everywhere.

DSCF6061

DSCF6061

Hide and Seek

Hide and Seek

DSC01110

DSC01110

Here’s Looking At You

Here's Looking At You

Eggs ‘n toast

Eggs 'n toast

faccia medicea

faccia medicea

Ol’ Blue Eyes

Ol' Blue Eyes

Kraftprotz

Kraftprotz

funny face

funny face

Hello !

Hello !

Building face

Building face

Smile!

Smile!

Happy Knob

Happy Knob

sit on my face

sit on my face

Wall-E’s Bondaged Cousin

Wall-E's Bondaged Cousin

box-face

box-face

worried (´??) ??~

worried (´??) ??~

A tree with many faces

A tree with many faces

Faces

Faces

Robotron 3000

Robotron 3000

Faces Are Everywhere

Faces Are Everywhere

face

face

Confused

confused

Faces Are Everywhere

Faces Are Everywhere

Faces are everywhere

Faces are everywhere

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Comments and Discussions
  • Gaurav, 02 July 2010

    What a creative idea! Some are smiling, some are sad, some are smiling, some are mocking but all in all its very entertaining.

  • Chris Miller, 02 July 2010

    Fun :) I love going for this kind of photography when going for a walk, especially around my own neighborhood or somewhere where I see all the time. A camera can make an old place new again.

  • Jae Xavier, 02 July 2010

    lol ^ . ^

    as a kid, looking at power outlets was the number one thing to stare at when I woke up.

  • Rish, 02 July 2010

    Wow! What a great perspective towards everyday things. It’s true that you can find inspiration from anywhere!

  • WhoopteeDoo, 02 July 2010

    1998 called; they want their meme back… *YAWN*

    It even has a name: Pareidolia. Look it up:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pareidolia

    Or find a gazillion sites on the subject:
    http://www.google.com/#hl=en&source=hp&q=Pareidolia

  • Farah Faucet, 02 July 2010

    There’s plenty more of these at http://www.sinksthatlooklikefaces.com although they are mostly sink based (obviously). Enjoy!

  • klickreflex, 02 July 2010

    Awesome collection. I remember flipping through an entire book full of such faces. Thanks :)

  • Sandi, 02 July 2010

    These are really great- it’s fun to look for the face in all of these pics!

  • bartos, 02 July 2010

    seen so many faces before especially in inanimate objects, buti never tried to capture it in camera. two thumbs up to the contributors and collector of these faces. …we were never alone.

  • nathan, 03 July 2010

    what a great and creative idea! i’ve been seeing a lot of these in my surroundings but i have no camera to capture them.. great thing we have camera phone these days.. :)

  • Dani, 03 July 2010

    We are pattern-seeking primates.

  • Mario, 03 July 2010

    This is called pareidolia, I like this kind of photos

    • WhoopteeDoo, 03 July 2010

      As was mentioned 7 replies above you…

  • Rob, 03 July 2010

    Just one thing to say:

    http://www.happychairishappy.com

  • Luis, 03 July 2010

    So breath-taking and imaginative!

  • fuzzimo, 03 July 2010

    lol that’s funny. the problem is that now I see faces everywhere. They’re watching us :)

    • Stalthdan, 19 August 2010

      Yeah, likewise =D

  • Sean, 03 July 2010

    Someone else sees them too! I thought I was the only one for quite some years…

  • Ahmad, 03 July 2010

    Wow you got extra sense that sense this face,interesting

  • aziq, 04 July 2010

    lol.Funny and fantastic.

  • Soares, 04 July 2010

    Just amazing….

  • Thom_s, 04 July 2010

    If you (start to) take this kind of photos, you’re always welcome to join us at http://www.flickr.com/groups/faceseverywhere/. It’s one of the many sites where people collect “abstract faces”. Nowadays it’s second nature for me to look for these kind of images.

  • Jordan Walker, 04 July 2010

    How easy it is to see.

  • Liam, 04 July 2010

    Got me started looking at objects through different eyes

  • Gaurav, 04 July 2010

    I see faces

  • Eilian, 05 July 2010

    i’t so funny

  • Bogdan, 05 July 2010

    Brilliant! I would never have seen those stuffs as faces, some are quite amusing! :)

  • Josh, 05 July 2010

    Check out barnface.com if you like this!

  • Najeeb Puthiyallam, 05 July 2010

    WoW .. when i look at the sky i feel like clouds are looking at me :)

    LOL HAPPY KNOB is very funny :P

    • moonfax, 19 January 2011

      Thanks, glad you like :)

  • Shane, 06 July 2010

    Awesome post, I’m not going to be able to go out without looking of faces now!!!

    Keep up the good posts!!

  • Fernando de Sá, 07 July 2010

    ganiales…

  • Scott B, 19 July 2010

    Great pics – I’m glad to see I’m not the only one seeing faces.

  • sir jorge, 30 July 2010

    that is quite the array of technical faces, i love it

  • orew, 30 July 2010

    this has been done b4

  • Bec, 04 August 2010

    I love it!!

  • allan, 04 August 2010

    More boob photos with clitoris please

  • Sara, 04 August 2010

    I have a group of freckles on my arm that look like a smiley face. :-)

  • John Store, 05 August 2010

    Best of the face

  • James Bone, 05 August 2010

    Here’s one Facebook picked up from my gallery from when I was 3D modelling a watch tower.

    http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=6635964&l=14c27b1b49&id=526426390
    or
    http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs269.snc4/39764_454526406390_526426390_6635964_3725012_n.jpg

  • Richa khanna, 12 August 2010

    i never thought we can see faces everywhere

  • Akhtar, 24 November 2010

    Awesoooommme, keep up the good posts!!

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