One of my colleagues photographs unintentional ‘faces’ he finds in products/the world, once you start looking there are a lot of ‘accidental faces’. This hydrant is an easy spot, good in an emergency! Does its overt personality help remembering and identification? I’m not advocating deliberate faces on design work, but as a serendipitous discovery are these hydrants easy to spot because of their clear personality and unique shape? With a trend to strip back and produce clean forms in current design, what level of design personality would make a difference to finding things in an emergency?