Saturday, October 07, 2006

reflection: the-dark-tower-nagfa

Inspired - of course - by Stephen King's epic novel The Dark Tower, the design depicts the arid, gloaming atmosphere in a time when 'the world had moved on', the Tower itself, and with the Demon Moon peering over so sinisterly from behind the Tower...

reflection: man in black

And if one would observe the spaces between the 'H', 'A' and 'R', a subtle manifestation - an 'ambisymbol' (DH-N's coined term) - of Walter a.k.a. the Man in Black himself, black robe and hat, overlooking from a nostragic past.


Anonymous txescu said...

I love "the dark tower" reflection. It's great!!!


7:25 PM  
Blogger nagfa said...

thank you, txescu,

inspiration was from a mixture of the epic novel from Stephen King, and by Nag's visit to Malaysia where the Petronas Twin Towers stand tall..


8:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This ambigram is just amazing! I'm speechless!! It also looks a lot like the tower of Sauron in Lord of The Rings, especially with the red circle on top, who could represent Sauron's eye :) You should compare them :D Keep up the great work!!

4:52 PM  

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