There are a whole slew of personality tests out there. We think one of the most accurate is the Myers-Briggs style personality test. This style of test categorizes different aspects of your personality to give you a letter coded personality type.
The personality aspects are: Extraversion (E) or Introversion (I), Sensing (S) or Intuition (N), Thinking (T) or Feeling (F), and Judging (J) or Perceiving (P). So, for example, if I tested as an ESFJ personality type, it would mean I was prone to extraversion, sensing, feeling, and judging.
The website 16personalities.com breaks those 16 personality types into four categories: analysts, diplomats, sentinels, and explorers. Our ESFJ example would fall into the sentinel category as an assertive variant. Their basic description for ESFJ is, “Extraordinarily caring, social and popular people, always eager to help.”
We thought it would be fun to take those four categories and apply them to our letter art.
Letter Art for Analysts
Letter Art for Diplomats
Letter Art for Sentinels
Sentinels tend to be reliable and protective. They may enjoy a sports theme for their images with a bold, stark frame and matting.
Letter Art for Explorers
Explorers tend to be experimental, artistic, and/or energetic. We think that explorers would enjoy any type of image theme, matting, and framing. They would probably enjoy mixed images rather than a strictly followed theme.