Faces in Places
Faces in Places began its meteoric rise to fame as an internet blog that celebrated a collection of quirky, surprising and madcap images captured by ordinary folk with a twisted eye for the bizarre: the ability to see faces in everyday objects. Now the blog has made the leap from the screen to the printed page in a gallery of anthropomorphic faces that express a wealth of human emotion - love, hate, shock, curiosity, boredom, frivolity, intrigue - whether they are household gadgets and appliances, items of clothing, signs, trees, plants and rocks, automobiles, bikes, buildings or boxes.
Almost one hundred contributors showcase their photographs in a book that will change the way you see the world around you. Faces in Places will also change the world for the better for deprived and exploited children: a percentage of the proceeds of each book sold will be donated to Hope for Children charity.