Ambigram tattoos have rapidly become a popular request among ink seekers seeking an unique and creative means to express themselves. These intelligent works of art are experiencing a recent upsurge in popularity thanks to New York Times bestselling author Dan Brown, who’d typographer John Langdon draw up some excellent ambigrams for his wildly popular book Angels & Demons.
Ambigram tats range from nicely designed to some less notable examples that are almost indecipherable and clear. I’d recommend giving your tat a test drive by transforming your sketch into a temporary tattoo with some supplies from TattooForAWeek if you do plan on getting one of these pieces, because of the complexity of each design.
Below are some of the greatest ambigram tats about.