Designed by Lisa Fischbach and Jakob Runge, Cera Round Pro is a sans serif font family. This typeface has six styles and was published by TypeMates.
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Single styles from $59.00
The pan-European Cera Collection is driven by pure geometry and contains the bestselling Cera, its stenciled counterpart Cera Stencil, Cera Condensed, the hand-crafted display Cera Brush and the soft Cera Round.
As powerful as any other member of the collection, Cera Round Pro combines warmth with elegance and its support for Cyrillic and Greek makes it a reliable and engaging companion for international communication.
Drawing on a tradition of machine-milled lettering and combining it with the technical geometry of Cera, Cera Round Pro features circular stroke endings and softly rounded corners to create cheerful feeling text. Amongst its smooth, yet precise letterforms, the circular o takes on a new, striking quality.
While the regular has been carefully proofed for long editorial texts, Cera Round Pro’s six weights, thin to black, allow for a whole range of expression in display typography. Where the light weights have all the cleanliness and precision of technical drawings, its heavy weights are playful and soft: perfect for strong headlines and packaging projects.
With this broad spectrum of expression, from technical to friendly — and always sincere — Cera Round is an excellent choice for branding and editorial design. Its large x-height also means that it is recommended for interface design.
And while Cera Round Pro may be a counterpart to Cera, it’s not just Cera with rounded corners. We’ve carefully reworked and adjusted many of the glyphs to adapt them to Cera’s new attitude. When rounded edges and smooth shapes created new optical problems, we found new solutions: making Cera Rounded Pro an individual member of the Cera Collection.
The extended, pan-European Cera Pro supports around 150 languages in the Latin, Cyrillic and Greek scripts, and its non-Latin components were developed with native consultants. With over 980 glyphs per style, Cera cares about localised letterforms and has the OpenType features to match.