WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) - It is an unusual sight popping up around town at many intersections. 

They are patterns being placed on utility boxes that some are saying are demonic and should be taken down.  

Many others are defending the postings by saying it is art and leaving it there.  

"It's not really an art-based thing, it really is just more of a psychological evaluation, it was really just a tool to get people to talk," said the owner of The Art Park Charles Baughman.   

Baughman said what people are seeing is Rorschach Inkblot tests.  

The test was created in the early 1900s by psychiatrist Hermann Rorschach.  

The images are inkblots and were used as a way to understand different personalities or mental disorders.   

"Their goal was to kind of see what things people are seeing so if everybody sees it as a butterfly that's great but if everybody else sees it as the devil, then they could go well that 

Rorschach noticed that people with schizophrenia saw the images differently than others.  

The Rorschach tests can be seen on the corners of Kellogg and Oliver, Central and Oliver and other areas in Wichita.  

It is still unknown who is placing the Rorschach tests all over town and why they are being put on utility boxes.