RCA Records sounds fun...I'm at TMX Communications in Conshohocken. Doing interactive work, but moving towards print advertising.
Something more interesting/useful than an
ambigram can be seen in the last image here:http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/in_pictures/4499406.stm
It doesn't seem really well executed though.
hrant: Langdon actually does Symbiotagrams that are along that idea...where the word is flipped and it becomes the opposite. True/False etc. I've done a black/white one but it was a little iffy at one point so i never 'finished' it..just have the sketch in my sketch book.
> Langdon actually does Symbiotagrams
Good to know. Even better would be if
he found a nicer term for the things. :-)
BTW, I don't see why the two should
be opposite; anything that says some-
thing else when flipped is already cool.
He's got all sorts of examples of 'irregular' ambigrams, his Philosophy ambigram turns upside down and says Art & Science, he's done figure/ground relationships etc....look here for a few examples: http://johnlangdon.net/asymmetrical.html I think he enjoys playing with the words that the names don't really matter as much as the beauty of the final product. :-)
Wow, now that's my kind of stuff! Very nice - thanks for pointing that out.
An embarrassment of bitches.
Oh, you're just jealous.