Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Project Nature Face

Mission: Find potential faces in nature that need just a little attention for their expressions to fully come to life. Leave finished designs to be recognized and enjoyed by others hiking with eyes peeled. 

  • At least one facial part must be naturally occurring. Build off of that. 
  • No witness may ever see the work in progress. Must act nonchalant if someone is  coming along the trail and could potentially notice an organic cranial feature in your possession (i.e. leaf eyeball, rock nose, or stick mouth).

Participants: Craig, Karin, Sammy The Dog

Location/Time: Acadia National Park, Maine (various trails)/August 2012 

Response: Heard from no one ... yet. 

Results: See photographic portfolio below. These faces have not been airbrushed or digitally altered in any way. 


  1. Love, love, love, love this! Nature is alive, for sure. :)

  2. ahahah. I LOVE THIS. Made my day. Especially since we are currently living by lots of trees (something unusual to me!)

  3. I LOVE the creativity of Project Nature Face! I'll be looking at things differently on my next hike.

  4. Adorable -- will be trying it with my kids right away!

  5. These are SO lovely!!!

  6. Thought of your latest post when I saw this series of pictures on weather.com! Hope you enjoy!

  7. Yup there is alot to look at out there.. but when they start talking back to you!!!!!!!