Mar 20, 2014 9:05 AM
Seeing faces in inanimate objects is basic human nature. Anthropomorphism is an under-acknowledged part of our daily lives, so much so that it sometimes gets distracting and somebody starts a blog about it so all people seeing faces in places don't feel so alone. Andi Teran is part of that club, and her collection of six playful photographs documents found faces in rocks, or what she likes to call Rock Monsters ($20). But don't be scared - they look like pretty friendly monsters to us.
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