As 2011 comes to a close, we wanted to combine our Happy Holidays ambigram challenge results with a year-end review of all of the great ambigram artwork being submitted to Ambigram.com from all over the world. Also get a sneak preview of what’s coming up in 2012!
The Illuminati Diamond ambigram from John Langdon is now available in a limited edition signed print.
Today, Ambigram.com is happy to speak with Michael Bierut. Michael Bierut is a partner at Pentagram, joining the firm’s NYC office in 1990. Prior to becoming a partner at Pentagram, he worked at Vignelli Associates, also located in NYC. Michael’s clients over the years included Yale School of Architecture, New York University, Library Of Congress, [...]
The feature artist today is not just an ambigram designer, graphic designer or typographer. He is all of the above, with amazingly precise hand-lettering ability and a unique talent which is rarely seen.
The new “Heaven in Blazing Sunshine” (“Blazing”) limited edition ambigram print has been turning heads since its recent release.
We caught up with the artist, Seb Lester, to find out more about this excellent piece of work.
Beware of a company named “Sleek Logos” (sleeklogos.com). They are stealing other people’s copyrighted ambigram designs, calling these designs their own, and selling them for profit.
Ambigram artist Tiffany Harvey has managed to maintain a consistent ambigram aesthetic, while creating very diverse & unique ambigrams. She shares her work with us, as well as some tips and ideas on ambigram design.
The ambigram community has been growing quickly over the last couple of years, having been brought together by a husband and wife team who call themselves NAGFA.
In addition to their detailed knowledge about the ambigram space, Naguib and Fadilah have also designed hundreds of ambigrams. Naturally, we talked them into sharing some of their secrets.
Before the Internet, before Adobe Illustrator, even before “ambigrams” had a name… there was Scott Kim, pushing the envelope of word design.
We caught up with Scott for an amazing look at his early pioneering ambigram work, all the way up to his latest venture, “ShuffleBrain”.
The Ron Howard / Tom Hanks movie “Angels and Demons” hit theaters on May 15th. We caught up with John Langdon, the artist behind the ambigrams in the movie to discuss his contributions. Hint: It’s more than just the artwork.