Rocks. From the facades in our fireplaces to the junk that our kids put in our pockets, rocks are pretty much everywhere.
Artist André Quirinus Zurbriggen apparently never got over his rock collecting phase. For the last 10 years, he’s been collecting rocks that have patterns similar to the letters of the our Latin alphabet.
Inspired by his work, Boredpanda has created a stone alphabet font using the rocks that Zurbriggen found.
It’s not fully functional (it can’t be used in a word processor), but it’s fun to mess around with the engine for a bit. Check it out!