Blot Test is a symbol font inspired by the work of German psychologist Hermann Rorschach [1885-1922]. His famous 10 inkblots were introduced in 1921 as a monograph called Psychodiagnostik.
During the 1940s and 50s the “Rorschach Ink Blot Test” was the preferred choice for testing patients by clinical psychologists. Later it was criticized as “subjective” and “projective” in nature, therefore its reliability was questioned.
You can draw your own conclusions from these digitized ink blots created in the spirit of Rorschach’s original ink blot test.