Illustrator Has Pareidolia, and Creates Characters Out of Daily Things He Sees Everywhere


Many artists have used pareidolia to their advantage by placing hidden images within their work, but musician and illustrator Keith Larsen uses it as the inspiration for each one of his cartoons in his series Faces Within Places. In the series, he uses the inanimate objects he perceives faces in to create characters with backstories to bring them to life.

Keith says: “A lot of the time, people don’t see the faces I see in inanimate objects. So, I decided to illustrate them in a cartoonish way and write little stories about them to bring them to life. You can follow me on Instagram where I post more of my art.”

To explore more about Keith, visit his Instagram


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