This Guy Collected A Complete Stone Alphabet Over 10 Years – Design You Trust

This Guy Collected A Complete Stone Alphabet Over 10 Years


This whole stone alphabet has been collected in the swiss alps by André Quirinus Zurbriggen during the past 10 years. Fascinated by the idea, we decided to create an interactive stone font which allows you to write anything in stones (or rather, with stones).

h/t: boredpanda


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