This font is a homage to the classic LEGO look. It is built on a pixel grid. The best look is achieved when one pixel is represented by a 2x2 brick, but a pixel can also be a stud or a 1x1 brick. You might even want to go crazy and let a pixel be a 1x4 brick for that extra wide look.

All letters are six pixels high. Most of them are four pixels wide, but a few - M, W, I and Q - break this rule.

When a pixel is a 2x2 brick it is mostly suitable for larger creations, like sculptures. Studs up is suitable for mosaics, and when it is shrunk to 1x1 plates or 1x1 bricks it could be used as signs in a minifig-scale creation.

This is what Twobytwo looks like written in its own font.
Swoosh! Here's the font studs out.
Soaring through space. Twobytwo looks great large.
Subtler, but still nice when a "pixel" is a 1x1 brick.

Story Time

Steve and John did their job every day, yet they never stopped to consider that their tools might be too small for the task. After all: everything is cool when you're part of a team.

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It's a pretty standard site search, but I'm trying to make it smarter day by day. You can currently search for techniques, parts, sets and contributors. If you can't find what you're looking for contact me and I'll try to help you along and make this better.


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