Tuesday, March 28, 2006

ambigram: catherinelim-jkrowling
Catherine Lim could be Singapore's very own version of J.K. Rowling; opinionated, bold, and a successful female writer.

Monday, March 27, 2006

ambigram: carlos-carpio
A nod to Spain's premier ambigram artist. To view his works, click on the link under Ambigram Mates.

Monday, March 20, 2006

ambigram: levi's-shit
One from the series we've started as a parody-pun of famous brands of capitalism.. The other designs would be used for personalised t-shirt logos which would be only available through requests. E-mail to nagfa_ambigram@hotmail.com
ambigram: hangjebat-hangtuah
Two of the most, if not THE most, prominent Malay heroes in Malay Literature. Hang Tuah, the loyal warrior, and Hang Jebat, the non-conformist leader for the people-folk.
reflection: fadilah-naguib

reflection: naguib-bismillah

'Bismillah' is Arabic for 'In the name of Allah', a phrase usually used / uttered before doing a task. The top reflection is of our names - the Dinda's: Fadilah & mine: Naguib. NagFa..

Monday, March 13, 2006

ambigram: sirstamford-raffles-(...)
The 'founder' of 'modern' Singapore, circa 1819...
ambigram: munsyi abdullah-(...)
Known as 'the father of modern Malay literature' with works such as 'Hikayat Abdullah' (Abdullah's Memoir) and 'Pelayaran Abdullah' (Abdullah's Voyage), he was also a Malay teacher for a Thomas Stamford Raffles, among others.

Monday, March 06, 2006

ambigram: alfiansaat-leekuanyew
A Singaporean poet-writer-genius, and the artist who whipped the canvas called Singapore into this cubist-modernist piece of art.