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What better way to celebrate our bright future than pushing a whole creative medium forward? Introducing Brick Patching – a combinatoric approach to constructing hyper-tunable curved and angular modular forms.

Stay tuned to this space; *eventually I will describe this highly useful hack and fully document the technique.

Upgrade your gray matter cuz one day it may matter.


Oh no. Years ago he invented brick stacking, now he broke FontStruct again. Are you even human, sir? 

Comment by Neoqueto 2nd may 2020

The font itself is absolutely gorgeous. That ultra-minimal, yet unmistakeable "E". 

Comment by Neoqueto 2nd may 2020

Your flavor of insanity affects taste buds i do not possess. yet. 
Excited for Sunday if I can remember what day that is. 

Comment by geneus1 2nd may 2020

Q 2 4 5 6 are awesome. Love it.

Comment by thalamic 2nd may 2020

The last hours of an aComp are always the best! Astonishing font, master!

Comment by elmoyenique 2nd may 2020

Only you have the capacity to make something so complex look so simple.

Comment by thalamic 2nd may 2020
Comment by elmoyenique 2nd may 2020

To see a number of circles with different diameters and with near perfect curves combined in one fontstruction is more than impressive! A beautiful font that breaks away from the grid.

Comment by four 5th may 2020

Hey friends ~ just a quick update. I’ve been hammered over the weekend by a rough patch of migraines (no pun intended) and am needing to limit my screentime until I’m through it. Feeling on the mend today, and intend to be shedding some light on brickpatching – as well as thanking you properly for your comments – as soon as I’m able 💜

Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 5th may 2020

Pretty letters with simple geometric shapes. The "c" is from the Packman game : )

So it seems the era of polygonal glyphs will soon be over, and the time of smooth curves have finally arrived. Beautiful demo pics. I hope you get well, soon. 10/10

Comment by Frodo7 6th may 2020

@Frodo7 Pac-man*

Did you know that Pac-man was originally called Puck-man, but was changed for preventative neasures from vandals being able to deface the macine to change the P to an F…

Also, nice to see you!

Comment by BWM 6th may 2020

Measures* (geez, i cant spell right on a phone)

Comment by BWM 6th may 2020
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “fs Patchman” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 13th may 2020

360+ downloads already?

Also, Congrats on Top Pick, Williaum!

Comment by BWM 14th may 2020

that's so beautiful!

Comment by beate 14th may 2020

That's amazing! That "S" X-ray... wow. Can't wait for you to show us how brick patching works!

Comment by oigcim 5th june 2020

Wow! I'm so glad to see this Patching font. You are my FS h4x0r.

Comment by Hensley Dodson (Hensilly) 22nd august 2020

I am hoping we will hear more from William soon!

In the meantime, I have made a speculative cloneable fontstruction exemplifying how I believe brick patching might work at a more basic level. I hope you will check it out :-)

Comment by user-juli 8th september 2020

as again incredible and very perplexing!

Comment by opipik 14th september 2020

Can you make this clonable so I can see how you patched the bricks?

Comment by Hensley Dodson (Hensilly) 25th october 2020

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