The submissions for the Ambigrammy Ambigram challenge have been narrowed down to three finalists. Take a look at their slightly revised work…and let the discourse begin!
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After taking a break for several weeks, Quick Draw is back with several electrifying ambigrams! Click to see the work of two talented ambigrammists.
Every industry has an award ceremony which recognizes the best of the best in their respective field. The music industry has The Grammy Award. Television has the Emmy. Live Theater has the Tony. Even the Internet has the Webby Award.
Now the ambigram community has the Ambigrammy Award. This Award shall be given in recognition of the most impressive ambigrams submitted to Ambigram.com from the finest artists practicing the craft around the world.
This award is for you.
Oh, and we forgot to mention, this award might not just be for you. It might also be from you.
This was one of the more difficult Ambigram Challenges because it forced the artists outside of their comfort zone. In fact, this ACAC was SO challenging, that we could not pick a winner! Surely that must be why there is no winning ambigram image on the front page. Or…is there another reason? Click the article to find out!
In April 2011, Scott Kim gave a presentation in New York CIty. He took on a dazzling array of topics in this journey into the mathematical patterns behind art, drawing, music, dance and animation.
Something is a’ brewin’ at Ambigram.com. Can you guess what it is?
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, [...]
Do you enjoy movies, have a fascination with tv/movies stars and the characters they play? Then this Ambigram Challenge is perfect for you!
The ambigram ring challenge results are in… and the winning ambigram design will soon be worn on a pair of wedding rings for one happy couple.
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.