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It doesn’t take much to create a face: two marks for eyes, one for a mouth; a nose isn’t even necessary most of the time! In The Blue Umbrella, a new short by Pixar, you’ll find adorable examples of personified everyday objects:
Long before The Blue Umbrella, I loved spotting “faces” in everyday, inanimate objects! Below is my own random collection of faces I’ve come across around town, at home, or in places I’ve visited:
Doorknob with a rather large nose at the Castle Marne B&B.
This downtown Denver lamppost kinda looks like it has eyes!
Whatchu lookin’ at?!
“Face” formed by windows on a building in downtown Denver.
There’s something charming about this water meter cover… maybe it’s big, round eyes?
Shadow + chalk line = cool face
Sandwiches look so cute right before you eat them.
Okay, so this is an ACTUAL face, but it’s still cool & random nonetheless.
An abstract face formed by building architecture
Do you think a nose is an essential element of facial composition? Where do you see faces? Leave your comments below!