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by janzabransky • Uploaded: Jun. 23 '10 - Gallerized: Jun. '10

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Description: I always liked ambigrams so I have tried to make one, too. This is just for fun. Mads Burcharths AWESOME ambigram inspired me.
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TernaciousT Jun. 23 '10

Well done, great try!!!

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janzabransky Jun. 23 '10

Thanks Terry, I thought this word with its meaning should be good executed as ambigram.

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TernaciousT Jun. 23 '10

Its not only the meaning that works well, love the way you created the G and the type in general, all customised text I'd guess? One critique change the background to just one dark colour and this should go straight to Gallery.

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chirp Jun. 23 '10

At the smaller size it's more readable than when it's bigger. That, in itself, is an enigma. Nice work!

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janzabransky Jun. 23 '10

Yes youre right ... its not schwabach which is used often on ambigrants, but geometrically based custom made typo. Thanks for advise with bg, I will consider it. I am maybe crazy but at this time I like that white little creature on upper left corner as part of a background texture. It was not my intention to draw it, really. It looks so enigmatic and mysterious to me. What the hell it is? Squirrel? Does anybody else see it too? :-)

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michaelspitz Jun. 23 '10

Great work Jan! Loving the geometric feel!

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milou Jun. 23 '10

This works perfectly Jan, congrats.

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bigoodis Jun. 23 '10

realy nice work Jan!

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Hayes Image Jun. 23 '10

Nice Jan, the name certainly does sum up the ambigram. :)

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janzabransky Jun. 23 '10

Thank you guys a lot for giving me feedback.

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dotflo Jun. 23 '10

this is sooo cool...

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TernaciousT Jun. 24 '10

I prefer that bg, the ambigram really jumps of it now.

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janzabransky Jun. 24 '10

Thanks for suggestion Terry, You was right :)

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Lecart Jun. 24 '10

it's interesting how well the G reads, though it doesn't really look like a G. great work.

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Gotty Jun. 24 '10

I like the readability. Great!

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firebrand Jun. 25 '10

Works well Jan. Bravo!

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Art Machine Jun. 25 '10

Very well done, mate.

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TernaciousT Jun. 25 '10

Yep, straight to Gallery! Well done Jan!

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janzabransky Jun. 25 '10

That is great, thanks.

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kugelis Jun. 25 '10

Ohhh, I like ambigrams. This is inspirational. Good job.

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andreasvnielsen Jun. 26 '10

I think this a bit poor logo. You can just find a "ambigram generator" (google it) and you write enigma, and so have you a logo!

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raja Jun. 26 '10

I don't think it's a poor logo, ambigrams take a lot of blood sweat and tears. I know janzabransky can create awesome conceptual logos and I am sure this is original work.

At the same time I agree with... let me cut and paste the screename... andreasvnielsen that any word/s can be made into ambigrams easily with online generators. For instance, if you use the word 'enigma' on the site below...

"click flipscript.com":http://www.flipscript.com/ , you will see what I mean.

Sorry to break it to logopond...but hey, with a couple of tweaks, whose gonna know right?

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nido Jun. 26 '10

^wow... I just checked that out... thats brilliant!.. if its that simple from now on I just wont be so impressed by ambigrams anymore...

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janzabransky Jul. 16 '10

Thank you guys for comments. @Andreas, please dont take it so seriously, this was made just for fun :-)

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ideoma Jul. 16 '10

i read a bit "enisma" i think if you cut the void space inside the "g" it would be more functional =)

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victor_bartis Apr. 13 '12

one of the greats! the g blows me away!

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