- Lecture 1: Introduction
- Lecture 2: Your first ambigram
- Lecture 3: Point of symmetry
- Lecture 4: Multi-word ambigrams
- Lecture 5: Multi-lingual ambigrams
- Lecture 6: Single orientation ambigrams
- Lecture 7: Summary and Closing
An ambigram of a word is legible even when it is read from a different orientation, either when rotated upside down or when viewed in a mirror.
Popular examples of ambigrams are seen in the novel "Angels & Demons" by Dan Brown, notably the ambigram of the "Illuminati" cult and those of the 4 elements - 'Earth', 'Air', 'Fire' and 'Water'.
The Latin script wasn't designed to be legible when read upside-down, which makes the idea of designing an ambigram of a word seem really difficult...at first.
This 45-minute course shares a technique to make rotational ambigrams; which are legible even when read upside down. It will cover the following forms of rotational ambigrams:
- Single word ambigrams- which look like the same word when rotated.
- Multi-word ambigrams- which look like a different word when rotated.
- Multi-lingual ambigrams- which look like a word in a different language when rotated.
- Single orientation ambigrams- which do not need to be rotated.
About the instructors
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Software Developer; Self-taught ambigram designer
I currently work as a Software Developer, but I'm keen to explore new forms of arts in my spare time.
I discovered how to make ambigrams 8 years ago through pure trial and error.
Since then, I've explored different forms of ambigram design, including multi-lingual ambigrams and ambigrams in other languages. Today, I'm one of the best self-taught ambigram designers globally.
Though I've pursued this art form, purely as a hobby, I look forward to sharing my knowledge and experience with my peers, and learn from them in the process
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