When we look at a car, specifically its front, it is normal for us to see a certain expression on it. Some cars look happy. Some cars look sullen. And some cars look mean. Science has a name for the phenomenon: facial pareidolia, wherein we identify human faces on inanimate objects. It's the same as seeing Jesus' face on the bark of a tree.
Facebook user Ken Tang didn't see Jesus' face on the bark of a tree. But he did see faces. Tang, a resident of Vancouver according to his page, saw the expressions on a host of cars—from super cars to SUVS and everything in between—and proceeded to dutifully illustrate these expressions. He placed the cartoony illustrations and the actual cars side-by-side, doing 42 illustrations in all. Two cars got the joke treatment, and instead got compared to a vacuum cleaner and a dugong.
Check them out below:
Definitely fililng this under "Cool things people do."