Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Singularity NAC: The Model Answer

ambigram: John Langdon's singularity

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Blogger Martijn Slegers said...

Now tháts a beautiful ambigram! :D I think he used a similar S-y combination on the word 'Symmetry' in his book 'Wordplay' :) A great solution, though people that do noy know the word, might mistake the 'L' for a 'Z'... :)

I hope we will keep hearing (and seeing) more of John and his work!


Martijn Slegers

3:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A beautiful solution by the Master himself!!!!!!!!!!
I really love the way N and G map into R. It's soooooooooo cool!!!!

Chandana Sri,
An Ambigram Fan

9:26 PM  
Anonymous Fraga said...

Clap, clap, clap! And clap, clap, clap! And more: clap, clap, clap!

9:50 PM  
Anonymous Jacquie said...

I like the NG-RI construction!

12:29 AM  
Blogger scalpod said...

Wonderful! I'm not at all surprised at how easy to read it is. I love the implied distorting influence at the center. Many of us tried with varying degrees of success to achieve the same, but this is perfect!

5:55 AM  
Blogger Roopak Suri said...

Oh my! A very novel NG/RI implementation....He IS the master :)

4:03 AM  

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