In these fonts, each letter or digit or ampersand can be dissected (cut into pieces such that those pieces re-arrange) into a 6 × 6 square. The dissections all happen to be polyomino dissections, and they allow translation, rotation, and reflection in the piece re-arrangement. There are three different fonts, each using up to 2, 3, or 4 pieces in each dissection. Of course, with more pieces, it is easier to get nicer-looking letters. The 4-piece font uses some disconnected pieces (but still each piece moves as a single unit), while the 2- and 3-piece fonts use connected pieces. The 4-piece font is the only one where we achieve uniform letter heights.