Not all people are blessed with the ability to see and appreciate art in simple things we encounter daily, like seeing faces in cars for example, with the headlights as its eyes. On the contrary, people who tend to see faces in everyday objects ay have a condition called Pareidolia, a psychological phenomenon that allows the mind to perceive facial patterns in places where they are not usually seen. Illustrator Keith Larsen has Pareidolia, and takes advantage of it by drawing cartoons of the faces he sees in everyday objects and sometimes he even writes stories about them to somehow bring them to life. Check out Keith’s creations below and head on to his Instagram page for more of his work.
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