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Artist Creates Characters Based On The Faces He Sees On Inanimate Objects

Pareidolia is a ten dollar word for the psychological phenomenon that makes us see faces on inanimate objects- it's something we all experience from time to time, and you're weird if you don't see faces on stuff.

Illustrator Keith Larson claims he experiences pareidolia more than most, which led him to start drawing the faces he sees on stuff and sharing his drawings via Instagram.

The little character faces Keith sees on furnaces, doorstops, bathroom stalls, dryer doors and ice machines are quite funny looking but may become a bother- because they can't be unseen. So get ready to meet a bunch of new friends!

-Via Bored Panda


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