Flox Rounded display typeface was designed in 2000 by Vladimir Pavlikov as alternative 'soft' variant of Flox face. In contrast to Flox there are rounded stroke ends and curved shapes in most of characters. The project was aimed to create a decorative vivid alphabet of geometric shapes. Cyrillic was developed in 2005. For use in advertising and display typography. Licensed by ParaType in 2005.
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