An ambigram is a word, art form or other symbolic representation whose elements retain meaning when viewed or interpreted from a different direction, perspective, or orientation.
The meaning of the ambigram may either change, or remain the same, when viewed or interpreted from different perspectives.
Here are some articles and galleries about Ambigrams:
Check out our project at studio Logoholik: http://www.logoholik.com/portfolio/ambigram/
Last week I had a privilege to visit windy city of Chicago. It was a split decision to pack for overseas trip — apart for chance to meet a lot of old friends, colleagues and great designers, I’ve received a hint that one of the logos I designed will be featured at Bill Gardner’s annual logo trend report at How Design Live conference.
Conference was packed for 5 days, great speakers, lots of new connections, while exhibit hall was full of representatives of major graphic design companies ranging from Adobe, Pantone, Shutterstock, Moo to name some…
Rainy days in Chicago helped with my decision to stick to conference venues more than I anticipated, I guess Chicago site-seeing will come in on my next visit…
Client logomarks/icons/monograms forming the Logo alphabet project.
You can view full project (warning it’s huge :) on behance:
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