# Polyominoes on a Rubik's cube

Is it possible to obtain a tetromino and a pentomino of different colour on each face of a standard 3x3x3 Rubik's cube?

• Too lazy for a full answer, but I did F, X and V pentominoes before. Z and W are impossible because you can't alternate corners. The T tetromino is also possible. Aug 31 '21 at 6:06
• Oops... a tetromino AND a pentomino? That is different. I did a single pentomino or single tetromino on a face. Aug 31 '21 at 7:00

The classic cube pattern that fits this description is:

The cube-in-a-cube pattern, where each face has a V pentomino and square tetromino:
U L2 D R B' R B' R B' D' L2 U R2 F2 U2
R L U2 F2 R L