Ever get the feeling you're being watched? Book reveals hilarious collection of 'faces in places' which pop up in everyday life
A father-of-one has compiled a hilarious book showing just how many expressions can be found in everyday objects and locations.
Jody Smith, 36, of London, has compiled the collection of images from around the world into 'Faces in Places' after starting a blog charting his own observations.
More than 6,000 people have posted images to it, and the book is in aid of the Hope For Children charity. He said: 'The only rule is that it has to be a randomly occurring or accidental face.'
Plane funny: Jody Smith, 36, of London, has compiled the collection of images from around the world into a book called 'Faces in Places'
Looking glass: More than 6,000 people have posted images to Mr Smith's website, and the book is in aid of the Hope For Children charity
Dry sense of humour? From a watering can to a piece of rope and plastic, anything can seem to take on a life of its own in the book
Wheely good spot: Mr Smith says the the internet 'should be used as a playground to create projects, share ideas and collaborate with other people'
Corking good fun: Mr Smith shared his exploits on the photo website Flickr and was so moved by the number of people saying they saw faces in places
Give us a smile: The father-of-one said the only rule for his photos is that they have to show 'a randomly occurring or accidental face'
Frightened: The book raises money for a charity that supports orphaned, poor, exploited and other marginalised children in developing countries and in the UK
Nailed it: The website's creator receives regular submissions from people in South America, Asia, as well as Europe and the US
King of the castle: Mr Smith said he had not yet seen any faces yet that look like celebrities, 'but with a little imagination, you can claim a found face looks like anyone'
My lips are sealed: The book shows just how many expressions can be found in everyday objects and locations
Joining forces: The creator said his blog is popular around the world 'because it's about photos, language isn't a barrier'