Faces in Places – A photographic collection of faces found in everyday places.
Faces in Places is a photoblog that features (as the author describes) photographs of faces found in everyday places. The featured photographs consist of inanimate objects that a viewer would perceive as representing a face. This perception is a type of pareidolia – perceiving random stimuli as significant, or anthropomorphism – people attributing human qualities to a non-human being or object.
It is one of a growing trend of comedy photoblogs (such as I Can Has Cheezburger? and Sleeveface), where the content is created by an online community.