Reading Kasahara's "The Art and Wonder of Origami", I discovered the Folds of Beauty, symmetric folds that were embraced by Froebel to be taught in his newly inaugurated kindergartens (founded in 1837). Trying my hand with that, I realized I can make many new designs, and even some asymmetric ones, moving between two models; the two upper flaps are folded as in the first, the lower two are folded as in the other.Many years ago I discovered the amazing works of M. C. Escher. The illogical, puzzling and unrealistic nature of his works amazed me. And most of all, I thought his signature to be a real act of genius. I quickly completed the ABC, adding all the rest to the original three letters; M, C and E. So now, with both MCE font and asymmetric Froebel folds in my head, I came to see the resemblance between the two - the constraining square. From here the road to an Escher/Froebel/Garibi font was very short. Here I present only A, B and C. If you enjoyed making those, you can buy and download the complete A to Z diagrams from The Source.