Browsing archives for 'Ambigrams'
John Langdon designed this ambigram titled Philosphy, Art, & Science in 2009 as a personal project. When rotated 180 degrees, the text reads exactly the same. Here is the rotated version of this design. To see more of John’s designs, have a look at his True/False ambigram and Love figured/ground design. (via John Langdon)
The Blu-Ray+DVD cover of the 20th Anniversary Edition of the movie The Princess Bride features an ambigram. The romantic comedy adventure movie, originally released in 1987, was directed and co-produced by Rob Reiner and received a rating of “two thumbs up” from Siskel & Ebert. The text in the middle of the cover reads the […]
In the early 1980s, ambigram master and puzzle designer Scott Kim created the following image while performing some font experiments. He made a font in which black and white spaces were equally wide, and then had fun exploring what he could do with it. More examples of Scott Kim’s ambigrams (which he calls inversions) can […]
Scott Kim created the original ambigram (he also calls them inversions) that is featured in this animation for a family holiday card in 1985. To create the angular letters, he cut the letter shapes out of construction paper and then traced them into his computer. The text reads the same whether it is viewed normally […]