LAOS: Basile Morin – Ambigrams on the 4000 Islands

During our Laos Trip last year we didn´t only come across the wonderful toilet graffitis, we encountered as well several other mysteries in the jungle and the Mekong scenery. The river island Don Det is only accessable by boat, there are no cars, but therefore bicycles and scooters. And as well there is the Baba Guesthouse. This nice lodge was our accommodation on the idyllic place, a perfect little paradise for relaxing. Above all it turned out that the owner is a French artist who is occupied with poems, pixel photography and ambigrams. And what´s this now again? We didn´t know the word either, but you could describe it as some kind of geometrical writing art.


2 Antworten auf „LAOS: Basile Morin – Ambigrams on the 4000 Islands“

  1. Such an interesting article about wonderful country. I have never known about Don Det. That’s so amazing how our world still can surprise us. I own a web directory about travelling and boating and would be so happe to share your article to my friends and visitors. Would you mind?

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