Duplicate Round

Duplicate Round approaches the rounded sans serif genre with an unusual twist: ball terminals at the end of some strokes, similar to the ones in Duplicate Ionic, which brings the cheerful effect of rounded strokes and makes it feel “rounder than round”, even in the lightest weights. Usually associated only with serif typefaces, the ball terminals were not added arbitrarily, but following a traditional approach of where they go in a serif typeface. Duplicate Round also works well at text sizes where it gives a lively and appealing texture to the page or screen.