There is an inherent intrigue to the human eye. Something about the flow of lines and curves draws us into their design. As if that weren’t enough, women often colour their eyes with makeup, or men wear different colour ties to bring out the colour in the eyes. We want people to notice them — noses can be too long, ears can be too pointy, but nobody says another person’s eyes are ugly. They’re genuinely attractive things, and when we get too close, we look closely into the eyes of others. Eyes are more than utilitarian — more than seeing art and graphics, we use our eyes to dissect what we see, and lead us to interpretation.