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My friend made this.
1. What's this type of thing called called?
2. Where can I find other examples of this?
3. Are there any resources on technique in creating these?
It's not an ambigram; it can be read as two different words without changing the viewpoint.
Perceptual shift ambigram?
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Bert Vanderveen BNO
From the linked page (Ambigram types):
Perceptual shift (also called an oscillation)
A design with no symmetry but can be read as two different words depending on how the curves of the letters are interpreted.
Oh, sorry, I should have read that closer.
It's fun that the name is so long.