― Paul Valery
Ambigrams are of several types. The more the number of types, the more intricate is their formation. The history of ambigram documents its discovery in 1893 by Peter Newell, who popularized it through his illustrations for classics written by Mark Twain and Lewis Carroll. However, the new-found love for ambigrams can be attributed to the illustration riddles that our very own Robert Langdon tries to solve in the Dan Brown books. However, the fact about ambigrams that truly appeals to the eyes is their perfect visual symmetry in a given space. If you are enamored by this very aspect, take a look at some of the cool ambigram tattoo design ideas to ink and own one!
Ambigram tattoos come with a rather emphatic meaning as compared to their other counterparts. Their ability to repeat the same words, or spell a complimentary word shows their power to emphasize a certain belief of the wearer. Thus, if you think twice before getting a regular tattoo, one needs to think twice more before getting an ambigram tattoo. After all, it is only fair.