A Royal Free face!
Stacked plastic chairs
It is very common for us to see faces in inanimate objects. Faces are such common things in our experience that people can see faces in all sorts of objects. The ability of our brains to recognize non-faces as faces may be a result of our neural architecture, but scientists believe that this may also be a survival strategy. They think that facial recognition, whether inherited or a learned behaviour, may be a critical reason for our evolutionary success story.
>> My set of found faces
>> Let's Face It - A blog of random objects that look like faces
>> Facial Impressions - Flickr Group
>> Lifeless Faces - Flickr Group
>> Found Faces - Flickr Group
>> I Spy a Face - Flickr Group
>> Abstract Faces - Flickr Group
>> I See Faces - Flickr Set