In 1921 Hermann Rorschach created Inkblot Test. It is a psychological test in which subjects’ perceptions of inkblots are recorded and then analysed. It consists of 10 official inkblots, each printed on separate card. Each of the blots has near perfect bilateral symmetry. The subjects looks at them and has to tell what he sees. The general goal of the test is to provide data about cognition and personality variables such as motivations, response tendencies, cognitive operations, affectivity and personal/interpersonal perceptions.
I came across Rorschach’s test when I was at University. My idea was to show it in motion rather than as static images hence my decision to animate the inkblots and create my own version of the test.
Below you can see some of them.
Represents a moth or a butterfly.
Represents human’s head.
May represent various things e.g buffalo’s head, a bird or a bat.
Represent a person.
Represents a moth or a bat.