International Literacy Day, new ambigram

by | Monday, September 08, 2014

literacy-reading

In celebration of International Literacy Day, here is a new ambigram design – it reads, “Literacy” one way and “Reading” the other! Enjoy. See below for an attempt to use CSS to use to make the rotation automatic when you move your cursor over the image. Check it out. I think it is pretty cool.

 

 

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

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