Wednesday, April 25, 2007



reflection: satan

A new type of ambigram (45-degree reflection), started by Tom Banwell
and made famous by the other ambigramistas from the Flickr Ambigram Group. Personally, more challenging than the 180-degree rotational ambigram - maybe due to the unfamiliarity to the technique - and seems slightly limited due to the 1 letter-to 1 letter conversion. Hoping to see more evolution to this ambigram type... 

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5 Comments:

Anonymous Jacquie said...

That is very clever, and different!

10:11 AM  
Anonymous txescu said...

Amazing new type!!! With lots of new posibilities.

Great work.

Salam.
txescu.

2:57 PM  
Blogger scalpod said...

Sinfully scintillating solution!

I love your 'a' to 'a' transform, I hadn't arrived at that one yet. I've been building a library so it's easier to design longer pieces.

Great presentation as always!

As they say, "Deus ex machina", but also never forget - "the devil is in the details..." ;)

1:30 PM  
Blogger nagfa said...

thank you all..

credits must go to Tom Banwell (link at the sidebar under Ambigram Mates).

scalpod: we too have a mini catalogue of possible solutions. the difficult part is in forming actual words from these sets. don't think we'll be near as good as you or Tom, though.

salam,
nagfa

8:23 AM  
Blogger Progressive Letters said...

i love it, your works is always my inspiration to create ambigrams

10:19 PM  

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