The house's face

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    Did you know that houses have faces? They even have feelings!

    Kilam Photography, kkattan, and 3 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Supahkawaii 63 months ago | reply

      ha this is amazing!
      i reallly like it
      reminds me of a japanese cartoon i saw

    2. floatinghome 62 months ago | reply

      yaeh! thats brilliant!

    3. RAStr 53 months ago | reply

      Glad you saw this and posted it.

    4. 4lexko 45 months ago | reply

      Great find!
      Looks like Cecilienhof in Potsdam. Is it?

    5. Houses with Faces 42 months ago | reply

      This is great! Would love to have it added to our group www.flickr.com/groups/houseswithfaces/. We also have a website www.houseswithfaces.com

    6. artemis 734 25 months ago | reply

      Dear Afri Ola,

      Sorry I could not find another email contact for you. This is an inquiry regarding credit information for our use of your house image at the Exploratorium in San Francisco. The image was found on your flickr site.

      The House's face (Found Faces)

      The Exploratorium is a non-profit museum of science, art, and human perception. Our newly-relocated museum will open in mid April, and the museum’s new West Gallery will focus on “human phenomena”—the social sciences and the interplay between science, society, and culture. As the gallery’s designer, I am collecting images of “found” faces to display on one wall of the space. Humans are biologically and socially primed to perceive faces in even non-human stimuli. These images, among others, will help communicate that we are the phenomena and content of the gallery. They will also help create the friendly atmosphere of a social laboratory and a place for self reflection as we develop new interactive exhibits in psychology and the social sciences.

      We will credit the photo to Ofri Ola. The images we use for this display will be printed in a 13” square format. There is a grid of about 18 images.

      We realize that most photos of “found” images are informally taken and widely shared, and it’s often hard to trace them to the original photographer. Whenever possible, we will credit the photographer. The credit panel for this display will also include a general thank you to the anonymous creativity of all those who have an eye for “found” images such as these.

      We are on a very tight schedule, so please respond by Wednesday, February 13 so that we will know immediately if there are any special issues regarding the use of the image. We’re excited about using this group of images, and we very much appreciate your collaboration.

      Thank you,

      Diane Burk
      Senior Designer

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