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Food Rorschach test

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No, the Ariel adverts haven't taken a dark new turn.

These amazing Rorschach Tests are the work of Madrid-based photographer Esther Lobo (FahLoSue). Lobo created her psychedelic collection by smearing food onto bendable plastic plates, forming the symmetric shapes by hand. The food packaging was then placed in the centre of each image, creating a "psychological portrait of each food stuff".

Our test results were the following: moth, butterfly, hummingbird, baby sick, ninja cat, another hummingbird, strawberry ghost, road kill clown, and an alien. We're off to see a professional to find out if we pose a threat to society.

(Via: Neatorama)

(Images: FahLoSue)

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