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Man With Rare Psychological Phenomenon Draws The Faces He Sees Everywhere

By Aimee Lutkin

Artist Keith Larsen experiments with sound and media, but he's also an amazing illustrator. In a post for Bored Panda, he explained that he has a psychological condition known as Pareidolia, which causes your brain to react to visual stimulus by creating a more recognizable pattern.

In Larsen's case, he mostly sees faces where most people see a bag, or a pile of rocks, or a door handle. Like this duck face: 

Source: The Faces Within Places