If you are one of those people who look for hidden faces in our daily life, then “Faces in places” blog is the place for you. Established 2006, this site has a large collection of photographs of objects, buildings, and other things that look like face of people or animals. It is really amazing to see those anthropomorphic faces that express a wealth of human emotion such as love, hate, shock, curiosity, boredom, surprise in everyday objects like clothing, trees, plants, rocks, automobiles, buildings, food or boxes. There is also a book for that photo collection, which will be a perfect gift for those who has keen eyes and sense of humor.
German artist duo Zonenkinder created The Tree Project in 2006, in which they transform trees which are about to rot into work of art. The artists travel around the world like in France, Germany and Denmark, finding new ways to create art through these inanimate objects. Once they find an inspiring blank canvas, they use biodegradable products to paint eyes, noses, and mouths across the surface of the wood, visually bringing new life to the hidden personalities of each tree. These various cute, playful, and grumpy tree faces, visually bringing new life to the hidden personalities of each tree and perfectly demonstrates the idea of this project “trees are exceptional and beautiful living individuals and we should emphasize our connection with nature.” [source]
Life is full of fun, somethings, you just need to turn a way around, like the upside down faces pictures we present here.
We have two groups of upside down faces, one is photo of real person who draw some eyes on their chin and add some hats,glass, decorations. And another is a set of drawing artwork: two faces in one, which are very funny and unusual pictures.
We like google earth which is really useful and now we can have fun with google earth….And I believe we can find more and more fun like those in the near future…
So what kind of fun? You might have heard about Google Earth ‘alphabet’ has been created from satellite images of natural features and buildings by Rhett Dashwood, a graphic designer from Australia.
Today, I will introduce you with other interesting finding “The faces of Google Earth“. At first glance you could be forgiven for thinking it’s the work of aliens with a sense of humor. But these images – which bear more than a striking resemblance to some well-known faces – are mostly created by nature.
the grounds of Versailles (left) do look remarkably like the Short Circuit robot