This is Rorschach InkBlots Test Plate 2.
The red details of card II are often seen as blood, and are the most distinctive features. Responses to them can provide indications about how a subject is likely to manage feelings of anger or physical harm. This card can induce a variety of sexual responses.
Hermann Rorschach created the Rorschach inkblot test in 1921.
Typical responses to the 10 Rorschach plates:
Plate 1 (bat, butterfly, moth) Plate 2 (two humans) Plate 3 (two humans) Plate 4 (animal skin, massive animal) Plate 5 (bat, butterfly, moth) Plate 6 (animal hide, skin, rug) Plate 7 (human heads, faces) Plate 8 (pink: animal) Plate 9 (orange: human) Plate 10 (blue: crab, lobster, spider)