The ultimate ambigram

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princess bride lead The ultimate ambigram

Click here for the hi-res photo. It’s just awesome.

Thanks to Mia and James MacDonald for sending us this gem

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  • me

    (For all those who can’t read the title of this post, here’s the definition) An AMBIGRAM is a typographical design or artform that may be read as one or more words not only in its form as presented, but also from another viewpoint, direction, or orientation. The words readable in the other viewpoint, direction or orientation may be the same or different from the original words.

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  • dooby

    The cover is awesome, but I still don’t understand what people find so funny about that movie. It’s amateur-hour story-telling at best. The jokes are lame and the production is shoddy.

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  • NTFW

    MIND = BLOWN O_o

  • TheSoundDefense

    Saw this a while ago, I used to work in a movie store. It was awesome then and it’s still pretty sweet now. But it is very, very old.

  • Octopus Braces

    lol I have this!

    Anybody want a peanut?

    • garp

      …um, I’m not supposed to accept food from strangers on the internets

  • Anonymous

    so lame

  • Dingo

    this made my day, thanks chive!

  • minion

    Its colourless, odourless, tasteless and dissolves completely in water.
    Thats why the Darwin Award contestans on this thread will never get it.
    Please ppl remove yourselves from the gene pool ASAP, your time is up.

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  • LikeAWomansScorned

    People are acting like this is a magical wonder… OOhh put curley swiggly lines at the tips of words so it can be blended to make other words.. Seriously to all of you who said this made my day.. What kinda day were you having without this.. THAT is the inconceivable part!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Kate

    We actually own this one, and I never even realized that you could flip it like that until I was trying to put the DVD up one day (it’s my sister’s favorite movie, she’s always leaving it around) and the opening was on the wrong side. It’s pretty cool. Wonderful example of amazing design.

    And definitely NOT ‘shopped – if in doubt, go check out your local Wal-Mart or whatever store sells DVDs.

  • Inez Deborah Emilia Altar

    Now I also saw a cartoon before this but could not find the comment link, well it is kind of nice that´s all

  • Katie

    What the…? That’s my picture! WHY IS THAT PICTURE GOING EVERYWHERE?

  • Katie

    Shoot, my computer screwed up and made my location my email address. Whatever. At any rate, this IS my picture, and that IS me. I posted it on my Tumblr back in April [] and just found this now. If you could give me credit, that’d be sweet. Thanks.

  • Anon

    Time spent making film: 3 months
    Time spent making tittle: 3 years
    Time spent staring at box: till the end of time

  • Mohd

    Hi yvonne , just a silpme introduction of myself. I’m Renee a ex student from SEGI College SJ. I would love to help you up by helping raising fund for your surgery , by then i saw your selling T- shirt and books right??May I know where can i get it from???and how am i going to contact you?Best Regards,Renee Loo

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