Jere Brophy / Motivation Ambigram

by | Monday, November 09, 2009

A new ambigram created in memory of Jere Brophy, world renowned scholar on psychology of motivation. The ambigram reads, “motivation” one direction and “Jere Brophy” when rotated by 180 degrees. Click on the image to see a larger version, hosted on Flickr.

Enjoy.

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1 Comment

  1. Cheri Speier

    Punya-
    Thank you……This would have meant a lot to my dad….capturing his passion for motivation and developing that passion in others–directly with PhD students and indirectly with teachers around the world–is a wonderful tribute!

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