Bulo Rounded

Bulo Rounded is a Real Rounded.

What I mean with real rounded

is that not only the beginning and

the end of the strokes are rounded,

but also the counters and the

intersections of the glyphs.

 

The result is a smooth effect

that brings warm feeling,

and the rounded text is perceived

in a logical and natural way. 


The rounded aspect is softens

perception of the letterforms.

Actually, in letterpress printing

because of the ink squash and

the impression on the paper

the vertices would never have

been 100% sharp, particularly

in smaller text. 


Today, rounded typefaces offer

an informal and friendly aspect

that we can pick up in texts

on screen.


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Glyphs uppercase


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Glyphs lowercase


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