A data and generative art collection of five pieces, the "Patchwork Metropoles" are a special spin-off edition from the "Patchwork Kingdoms" collection. Based on connectivity data from ~280,000 schools from around the world, "Patchwork Kingdoms" was created to support the Giga project of UNICEF, aiming to connect every school in the world to the internet. In these new artworks each square represents one specific school that is already connected to the internet, randomly chosen from UNICEF's Giga database. In celebration of UNICEF's 75th birthday, each Patchwork Metropolis contains a ten-multiple of 75 schools (10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 times 75). The markings of each square are inspired by the metadata of the school itself and how it "combines" with similar schools around it. The five metropoles in this collection represent the ultimate intended future, where all the schools in every village, town, and giant bustling city are connected to the internet. These artworks will continue to support the Giga project, with 25% of the sales profits being donated to UNICEF.