Childhood Competition – results!

Winnie-the-Pooh Ambigrams by Eytan Wronker
Eytan Wronker

The winner is Eytan Wronker for the ambigram above! This was exactly the nostalgia buzz I was looking for when choosing the theme for the competition. You were very lucky to have every G line up with one another so that they could all be consistent. I really like the I in Tigger – it curls the wrong way but does it so confidently it is legible!. The EE/E solution is very odd and I have never seen it before, but I will give it a pass!

Here are all the other wonderful designs which have won a spot in the list of honourable mentions:

diego colombo Three's company
Diego Colombo

I love the concept of 3 different solutions for the same word, but the solutions are so similar! It would be nice to see 3 completely different solutions, but that would be a lot more work, and the solution you have managed to find here is spectacular, so I shouldn’t really be complaining.

john langdon Faculty Brat
John Langdon

I had never heard the term before and had to Google it. I’m never any good at solutions like U/B, but it’s looking great here!

Patrick Hjelm Knight rider ambigram
Patrick Hjelm

I love everything about this one. The style is so cool and the solution is epic. I realy like the KNI/ER bit.

michael irving 3 popsicles
Michael Irving

The rest of these designs are by Michael Irving.

michael irving 3 stooges
Michael Irving

This is a great design! I love the upside down head drawings, making it clear that the design should be inverted.

michael irving comics and cartoons
Michael Irving
michael irving Playing Friends
Michael Irving
michael irving snow angels
Michael Irving
michael irving summer vacation
Michael Irving

I really live the style with this one! The use of the shells as little tittles is very cool.

michaelDrive in movies
Michael Irving

2 thoughts on “Childhood Competition – results!

  1. Diego July 16, 2017 / 1:21 pm

    Great contest and great designs.
    Thanks Kai for this site.


  2. Michael Irving July 17, 2017 / 6:33 pm

    It was a lot of fun doing memory word associations to describe happy memories from my childhood for ambigram subjects. Thanks, Kai!

    Eyton’s winning entry was a wonderful theme, creatively executed in it’s children’s book-like illustrative Typography. The “i” in “Tigger” is the only character I found a little hard to read. Great job, Eyton!


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