Soham starts college, new ambigram,

by | Tuesday, August 26, 2014

We dropped off my eldest at the University of Michigan today. He begins the next stage of his life. We couldn’t be more excited. Here is a new ambigram design to mark this occasion. Soham whichever way you look at it, with UMich colors! Mouseover the image to rotate it and enjoy.

   

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Topics related to this post: Ambigrams | Art | Creativity | Fun | Personal | Worth Reading

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  1. Kris Galoci

    Congratulations Soham! Musing over the fact that we dropped Colton off there today too! Love the ambigram.

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