Art Challenge Day 1: Ambigrams
So this Art Challenge thing has been going around for awhile now, so I knew it was only a matter of time. The basic concept is, over 5 days you post 3 pieces of art per day and nominate someone to do the same. So obviously it keeps growing as more and more people get nominated.
So have an admission to make. After seeing so many of these go past my news feed, I don't remember who has been nominated and who hasn't. (I do remember seeing a whole lot of great art. I remember pictures so much better than I do words.) So if you haven't been nominated and would like to be, let me know. Otherwise, I'm gonna just post some art and let it be. I don't want to be a spoil sport, but I also don't want to make someone do it all over again. So if you want to, let me know.
So for the first day, I'm posting some ambigrams--words that can be read from more than one direction. If you can, turn your screen upside-down. Or you can just take my word for it that they're exactly the same both ways. Cool, no?
This is an appropriate one for Sunday because I used to always doodle words I heard in talks or lessons and turn them into ambigrams, so nearly all of the ambigrams that I've made are church-related. And I have a hard time choosing just a few, so here are a bunch.
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