Enter a person's name into the browsers search box et voilá pictures and portaits appear in fractions of a second. Is this suitable to get an impression of the face fitting the name? Depending on how well known, unique and internet-active a person and how the programmers at Google impelent the sorting, portraits of different people appear.
In this study the first 20 reasonably useful portraits found by Google image search are superimposed. Does the result picture the sought-after person? Amongst others the names of the contributors to the book "Drawing a Hypothesis - Figures of Thought" by Nikolaus Gansterer had been used to picture the appearances.