## symmetries V (just words)

A little follow up to our earlier posts about symmetries, which were a collaborative effort with graphics designer Etienne Mineur, who contemplated at the same time about ambigrammes in a socalled mineur-randfrom Blog pong match.

Sascha Lobo from riesenmaschine found via designboom the page of ambigramme designer John Langdon and found there probably (wo hat er das denn schon wieder ausgebuddelt!) also the link of this very cool ambigramm generator.

### 5 Responses to “symmetries V (just words)”

1. raoul Says:

What is a blog pong match?

Etienne was discussing an issue (here 2D symmetries) in his blog and we were after that discussing the same issue from a different angle and then he was again discussing the issue again from a different angle a.s.o. – just like in pong.

3. randform » Blog Archive » generation generator Says:

[...] Why bother doing things anyway. Nowadays modern technology provides all the tools to generate the desired work at the press of a button or klick of a mouse: All the productive things one allways wanted to do but never had the time or skills to do like making a paper snowflake or a church sign, having your own warning label (see above) or maybe writing a paper in computer science (that is accepted at a conference). Even in your leisure time you can find help for personal things like for burping, making indian music (by zanorg), or inventing your own new silly walk (or making an ambigramm for that). And imagine that: You even can have help generating you own brain waves. As if that is not enough there are already generator generators to help you generate generators (and if that does not help then recursion will kill you anyway). Brave new world. [...]

4. Elizabeth King Says:

Indian Music is really cool and some of it are great dance music too.”.~

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