By Ryan Grohsmeyer
"Recently I read a book about ambigrams, which are words or phrases
that can be read both downside up and upside down. It made sense
that the name of the book, which is such an important representation
of the relationship between earth and sea, could be easily made into
one of these ambigrams. This picture has no bottom or top; it can be
mounted and read either way. When it is turned, Earth becomes Sea
and Sea becomes Earth."
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— Ryan Grohsmeyer
Earthsea ambigram animated and reprinted with the kind permission of the artist.
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