Rorschach

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These Flower-Inspired Rorschach Tests Will Leave You Feeling Grounded

What do you see in these flowers?
Cailey Rizzo
6.17.17
Books

How the Rorschach Test Became the Most Famous Tool in Psychiatry

A revealing new book sheds light on Hermann Rorschach and his controversial and inexplicably effective test.
Joseph Bien-Kahn
2.27.17
Art

Digital Photos Capture Paint Swirling in Water

Alex Nero’s digital photographs create Rorschach-like images that explore the human psyche.
Eva Recinos
12.31.16
Art

Explore a Visual Archive of Psychological Testing

From Rorschachs to Mosaic tests, browse Julian Rothenstein’s latest pictorial history, 'Psychobook.'
Nathaniel Ainley
9.7.16
Art

Let These Rorschach Clocks Bend Your Notions of Time

New York artist Dylan Kraus unveils 'Clox,' a series of distorted inkblot timepieces, to inaugurate the Vision Inc gallery.
Emerson Rosenthal
3.3.16
Film

Mirrorlapse Reveals the Faces Hidden in Urban Architecture

British filmmaker Richard Bentley makes digital faces out of cityscapes.
DJ Pangburn
2.29.16
Film

This Mirrored City Footage Will Send Your Head Spinning

Timelapse filmmaker Richard Bentley bends and morphs his footage to create a kaleidoscopic view of New York.
Nathaniel Ainley
8.14.15
Photo

Greg Marsden’s Kings Cross is a Lonely Place

The photographer's work isn't about interaction, but rather reflection and experiences.
Ben Thomson
12.15.14
London

Mirrored Timelapse Turns London Landmarks Into Kaleidoscopic Abstractions

"Mirror of London" warps UK landmarks into visuals that look like animated Rorschach tests.
Beckett Mufson
9.10.14
The Talking Issue

Charles Maggio From Rorschach

We thought it might be interesting to talk to Charles Maggio, head yeller of seminal hardcore punks Rorschach, since, you know, their brutal melding of hardcore and metal pretty much altered the trajectory of punk music in America and all that jazz.
Ryan Duffy; Photo: Sean Capone
10.1.08