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  Envelope Test Responses: June 1 - 15, 1999
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The image for this test is a flyer from an upholstery store of its tools. It's too big to put on this page, but feel free to take a peak. This was a super hard one for me to try and decipher (I have GOT to stop posting such complex images - it's so hard to review them!). I didn't get too many connections from this test, but would love to hear your opinions if you see something that I don't.

  • There are several "long cylindrical objects" as per MapKilCoed, specifically the handles of some of the tools
  • miste mentioned black' as a prominenet color


Impressions: Hmmmmm, I think it's . . . sort of a long cylindrical object.My first impression is a light house.but could also be a tower or obelisk.
From: MapKilCoed,
new jersey
Sunday, June 13, 1999 9:30 PM

Impressions: a tin box cover, sort of like the cover of a box of chocolates.
From: Marino, none
Sunday, June 6, 1999 11:26 AM

Impressions: Concentric Circles either on top of each other or intertwined.
From: Deas,
Saturday, June 5, 1999 5:43 PM

Impressions: First impression: water cascading down, a tall water fall like Niagra. Water falling in sheets, like water moving over the face of a flat rock. I was recently at the Luxor in Las Vegas, maybe these are just surface memories of some of the fountains there. Second impressions: a sideways capital letter H. A dirty street; the gutter. Well, now that I have me mind in the gutter... Third impressions: a boat with a hole in it. Bailing like crazy.
From: Pangaea,
San Jose
Saturday, June 5, 1999 12:56 AM

Impressions: First, I thought I visioned a spider..but it changed to a bird with the wings spread..the color black was also prominent. Miste
From: miste,
somers point nj
Thursday, June 3, 1999 8:42 PM

Impressions: rose
From: brian, scorpios22@hpt,
Wednesday, June 2, 1999 12:38 AM

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