Here is my first name, Erich, written with the first five numerals, suitably rotated and reflected.
Here is my last name, Friedman, written with the 12 different pentominoes.
This can be read as either my first or last name.
This one is for Jen Sterling, and can be read as either her first or last name.
This one is for a friend of mine from graduate school, Susan Hermiller. Her last name is comprised completely of letters which are a rotation of other letters. She put my ambigram on her home page.
The next one is for a biology professor at Stetson, Kirsten. Here a sequence of consecutive letters are transformed into her name.
This one uses a figure/ground technique for a friend from high school and his wife, John and Jenny.
The next two are for my good friend, Barbara Graber. This one uses a bar motif to spell out her name.
This one is for her and her ex-boyfriend Chris.
This is for some brew crew members, Jeff and Debby.
This one is for my friend Julie. This shape can be divided to spell her name or mine.
The next two are for my e-pal Erin. This one is her name, and her husband's name Tom if you turn your head.
Guess what part of the federal government she works for.
The last two are for my significant other, Margie Hale. This is a tiling made from her first and last names.
This one can be read as either her first or last name.
Go back to Erich's Ambigram Page.