Do you see it? The horns, the helmet, the robes/ cape, the evil stance? It's so awesome.
This is a phenomenon called pareidolia. Pareidolia is imagining hearing or seeing something, like a face, in physical stimuli. A common occurrence of this is when one sees animals or people in clouds, or the Man in the Moon.
And today, I saw a Norse god in a pile of dust. I suppose you could say every day emoticons are examples of pareidolia as well- while most people would see :) as a happy face, it really is just a colon followed by a parentheses. And let's face it (no pun intended)- :) doesn't bear much resemblance to a human face.
(Note: I'm copying most of this information from my sister Mary Margaret's explanation of pareidolia and apophenia at dinner several months ago. See how well the information stuck?)
Wow- who would ever have thought I'd be writing a scientific post? You must all be shocked.
I dare you, if you're participating in Nanowrimo, to include an instance of pareidolia in your next chapter. I know I will.