Nice invertible ambigram

Seb Lester’s latest print, Blazing, is, apparently, an invertible ambigram…

Type designer and illustrator Seb Lester‘s latest print (entitled Blazing) is, he tells us, an “invertible ambigram – you can read it both ways up.” We’ve checked. He’s right…

And the other way up…

Blazing is available printed in either silver or gold metallic ink on black Plike paper in editions of 100. You can order one for £85 from Pictures On Walls at picturesonwalls.com/

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