Monday, August 2, 2010

Faces!

Baba Yaga lurking outside of Trader Joe's in Oakland, elsewhere*:

In Holland, a royal smile on les cadires del tio benedito

In the Alaskan woods at Flying Dog Studio

In Washington State near the ocean at Studio Quilts

In Oregon, a sunny smile on Celeste Bergin

In Scotland, the eyes follow you everywhere on Titus the Dog

In Turkey, cheeky by the river at A Colorful Research

In Cleveland, a frequent encounter at Mouse Medicine

Bryan Kring saw this little character who doesn't look at all well.

In Budapest, Aniko discovered this face at Art is Tree

In Colorado, a multilicity at the Oort Cloud

In Germany, stealing glances at Gerdiary

In California, found overhead at Mostly Threads

In the UK, found on a path at Greasyming Inc.

In Uruguay, A furrowed brow at Aleph

In Yorkshire, flowing locks at Stitching Life

In Wales, a greybeard at Nature's Whispers

In New York, fashionably attired on SpiritCloth

In Oregon, an offering from Thought Cloud Factory

In Australia, a cheerful alien at lolissquared


*More added at top as they come in. Just post them on your blog or flickr so I have a link!

17 comments:

Titus said...

We have joined in. Quite a lot.
Here,
http://artsparktheatre.blogspot.com/2010/08/faces.html

Totalfeckineejit said...

THat's not just a face tis a whole new way of life.Magnifico!

Subby said...

Incredible likeness to Baba! But taken from different views, I see a lot more ;)

ger said...

A journey around the world in (at the moment...) 12 clicks... - hope for more! - actually, some of them look more "human" than a lot of fellow citizens I happen to see out there on the streets of Berlin...

mouse (aka kimy) said...

i faced the challenge
;)

Celeste Bergin said...

All wonderful...brilliant!

Here's mine, Susan:
http://celestebergin.blogspot.com/2010/08/artsparks-face-challenge.html

Charles Gramlich said...

Cool. That first one looks like a dragon to me.

Fresca said...

Wonderful project!

My post today doesnt' fit in, but it is about found faces--"Faces" on iPhoto.
It was only after I posted it, that I realized it's a relative of your project...
Perhaps you have the power to subtly influence the nets, Sparker!

RA said...

Brilliant! I not only do love gthe faces, I love the great idea behind it! Here's one => :D

California Girl said...

That is "wicked good" as they say in New England. Just saw Kimy's @ mousemed too.

Clowncar said...

such a cool project. thank you for your inclusive generosity.

susan said...

Do you see the prancing Scotty dog?
facing the opposite direction on the Babba Yagga post? Just had to mention it.....You have to subtract the extra dot.....

Susan

ArtSparker said...

Susan - do you mean the negative space?

roberto said...

Susan, thanks a lot for your comment. Spectacular your blog, I believe that time is not enough for me to see everything. !

susan christensen said...

This has been lots of fun! I have posted my faces.

Shayna Prentice said...

It has been great fun looking at all of the wonderful faces ... thank you Susan and everyone for such a treat.

Emma J said...

I love this and the other "found" faces especially. What a fun end of summer way to play.