From Massive-Mouth Faces to Wide-Eyed Editorials

 - May 31, 2012
These exaggerated facial feature renderings are sure to give you a good laugh. It's not just artists who use the technique of enlarging facial features for appeal, but so do product designers and even advertising campaigns. There is also the method of adding human features on to animals, and vice versa. The reason being is that it stands out, and often attracts immediate attention.

These playful renditions also have a comical and satirical vibe to them and are great conversation pieces. This has translated into products such as the Personalized Visage Cushions, which allows you to make pillows out of anybody's face, including your own. It has also made its way into commercials and advertisements, as mentioned earlier, such as the Speaking Smartphone Ads.