December 07, 2006

Ink Blot Plates

How fun would these Ink Blot Series Plates (by Kathleen Walsh for Walteria Living) be at your next dinner or holiday party? Here's a description from

. . .inspired by a 19th century parlor game called blotto. a pre-cursor to the use of inkblots by rorschach in modern research psychology as personality tests, blotto encouraged right-brain thinking in a social setting. it is the intent of this series to simulate a similar dialogue and promote togetherness around the dinner table. . .
Encourage more right-brain thinking and promote togetherness. . .I like the sound of that! (photo from

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