Every person has a favorite activity, like taking romantic walks along the beach, hiking or picking up rocks, painting eerily realistic human eyes on them and then returning them to the landscape – you know, just regular stuff.
We don’t know about the first two, but we’re pretty sure that Australian artist Jennifer Allnutt is particularly fond of the latter activity. The artist says she started the project after visiting Queenstown, Tasmania, a place with an extensive mining history. Jennifer noticed there were many unusual rocks everywhere and started painting eyes on some of them. And what initially started as a personal project, eventually grew into a community art project and treasure hunt. Imagine finding that in the middle of the forest on your next hiking trip!
Check out Jennifer’s creepy eyes in the gallery below!