Pareidolia is a phenomenon where humans see faces in everything. There is a natural habit humans have of perceiving familiar visual patterns everywhere, regardless of whether they are there. The obsession of looking for faces and figures in an abstract image evokes empathy whenever an image of a recognizable other is perceived — having different perspectives of an individual force a morphed reality. Those who have a direct connection with mental illness can have fluctuations in personality, which spontaneously and substantially creates havoc. In this series, I wanted to address the issue of mental health, which concerns people directly and indirectly.