Amelie
Posted by on Nov 8, 2010 in Art, Rotational Ambigrams | 4 comments

I also submitted this piece into the 9th Ambigram.com Ambigram Challenge (ACAC), but did not place with this piece. I was pleased with it because of the simple fact that I only used the lettering from the original poster to create the ambigram design. I used the “eli”, flipped it upside-down and created the “m”…and I used the first “A” to create the funky ending “E”. Here is the original lettering…

Amelie Original Writing for Ambigram



4 Responsesto ““Amelie”

  1. Bob Morris says:

    Your work is amazing. Lorrie and I really appreciate the Morris one that you did. She was very excited about it. We chased all over Rome on a self guided site seeing “Angels and Demons” tour so it is real fun for us. Thanks, again.

  2. Colin Christie says:

    Fantastic! I love that you were able to keep three full letters (almost four) EXACTLY the same. Part of designing an ambigram is choosing the right word, so this was a great choice! Would’ve certainly placed had ‘Lambs / Lecter’ not stolen the show.

  3. clayton says:

    Bob,
    I’m glad you enjoyed the Rome tour. That sounds like so much fun. Hope things are well for you down in warm country.

    Colin,
    Thank you. Even though it was more simple, I was pleased with the readability of this ambigram. The ‘Lambs/Lecter’ took up too many pages in my sketch-book. I about pulled my hair out.

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