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By | 2014-04-02T17:22:43+00:00 March 16th, 2014|0 Comments
Artist: Scott Kim

I was enthralled to see this optical illusion by Scott Kim. I wish that I had the talent and skills to create my own illusion that is as clever as this. The ambigram looks modern and fascinating. I thought it was perfectly created and what truly amazes me is that I don’t need to rotate the picture to see that it is an ambigram.

About the Tron Symmetry 180 Degrees Rotation

This ambigram looks neat and simple but it will never fail to amuse anyone who sees it for the very first time. There is not much complexities in the design but it is one of my personal favorites.  I think that this particular piece of artwork would make a great logo design.

About the Artist

Since 1990 Scott Kim has been a full-time independent designer of visual puzzles and games for computer games, magazines, toys and the internet. His puzzles are in the spirit of Tetris and M.C. Escher which are visually stimulating, thought provoking, broadly appealing, and highly original. Scott has created hundreds of puzzles for magazines and thousands for computer games. He is especially interested in daily, weekly and monthly puzzles for the web and portable devices.

Scott Kim is also the best person to be consulted for improving puzzles and he can recommend puzzle directions for your project.  Moreover, Scott can also write monthly puzzles for your magazine, tuned to the interests of your readers. He can also build weekly puzzles for your web site that will help you attract more customers.  Scott can tailor puzzles to your marketing or ad campaign that deliver your message in an entertaining way.

Scott’s educational background includes work in graphic design, user interface design, programming and mathematics. Moreover, Scott also has a BA in music and a PhD in Computers and Graphic Design from Stanford University. His colleagues include leading puzzle designers around the world, computer puzzle game designers, and mathematics educators. Scott frequently talks at game design and mathematics education conferences. He has written two books: Inversions, and The New Media Puzzle Workout.

Thank you very much Scott Kim for allowing us to post and share his incredible ambigram. If you wish to know more about his interesting works, you can go and visit his website.

Copyright 2013 Scott Kim. All rights reserved.

About the Author:

A person with a love and passion for puzzles.

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