Strong storms have been producing some huge waves on the European coast. Simon Emmett was taking photographs of waves breaking at the Cobb when he snapped this curious image.
Artist Victor Nunes combines everyday objects with simple illustrations to turn them into pictures of faces, animals and other playful scenes. His work is a great example of Pareidolia, the phenomenon to give meaning to random objects.
Apartment 9-11 of the Day: Set to open in Seoul's Yongsan Business District in 2015, these MVRDV-designed luxury residential towers have what is meant to be a pixelated cloud-shaped bridge connecting the two high-rises.
From this angle, however, it looks rather like something else. Something that happened on the 11th of September, 2001.
What do you think? Poor taste or pareidolia?
Paireidolia of the Day: A 45-year-old man with severe testicular pain underwent an ultrasound at Queen’s University to determine the nature of the ailment. But when urologists at Queen’s University stared at the image of the man's testicles, they saw a face staring right back at them.
"The residents and staff alike were amazed to see the outline of a man’s face staring u
Pareidolia of the Day: 46-year-old Yvonne Darnell of Burgess Hill, West Sussex is photographed holding a baby carrot that she claims looks like, well, a baby.
"I couldn't believe it," she says of the misshapen taproot she pulled out of her own garden. "It’s so funny. I saw it and thought, ‘It looks like an alien baby'."
Darnell has even gone so far as to give the little