I was a little hesitant to set this theme for the challenge, as I knew it would be quite difficult, but I was very impressed with all the entries received! It took me a while to choose, but here is the winner:
It is simple an effective, and the animation adds a lot to the theme! Punya submitted a lot of animated entries like this, so keep scrolling to see them all!
Here is the runner up – I feel slightly bad for not choosing this as the winner as it is a bit more ‘clever’, but it took me a little while longer to be able to read it:
Notice how the F has a rotational symmetry of order 3, and also rotates to make the A, which is what leads to the fractal effect. And the photoshop effects add a nice atmosphere. Very inspired!
This one made me laugh a little. This style of fractal is typically called a tree, but here it is turned upside down, and called a root. 🙂
The T/RR is very clever!
This one goes to show that you can make something effective with only pre-existing fonts! The E/M looks very natural, and it got me thinking that any chain ambigram can be converted into a fractal ambigram just by turning the chain into a spiral.
And now, as promised, here are the rest of Punya Mishra’s animated designs:
And here are the honorable mentions: