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Softrobo Pro

Softrobo Pro

by Koval TF
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Softrobo Pro Font Family was designed by Aliaksei Koval and published by Koval TF. Softrobo Pro contains 2 styles.

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About Softrobo Pro Font Family

Softrobo Pro is the further development of Softrobo font provided by Koval Type Foundry in 2008. Provided in 3 most popular formats: OpenType PS, TrueType and Type1. Fine-built, straight but not official, with soft corners is suitable for short texts, placards and advertising. It was inspired by the 1970s when people were mad about robots, space and so on. I decided to create a font as if it were a progressive font of the 1970s. This font supports the Latin-based languages: Albanian, Basque, Bielorussian (Latin), Breton, Catalonian, Chamorro, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch (with Flemish), English, Estonian & Setu, Faroese, Finnish, French, Frisian, Gaelic (Irish), Galician, German (incl. eszett), Hungarian, Icelandic, Indonesian, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maori, Norwegian, Occitan, Portuguese, Rhaeto-Romance, Romanian, Saami (Lule & South), Slovak, Slovene, Sorbian Lower, Sorbian Upper, Spanish, Swedish, Tswana, and Turkish. It also supports the Cyrillic-based languages: Belorussian, Bulgarian, Crimian Tatar (Cyrillic), Karachay-Balkar, Kumyk, Macedonian, Russian, Serbian, and Ukrainian, Also included: ligatures, superior & inferior numbers set.

Designers: Aliaksei Koval

Publisher: Koval TF

Foundry: Koval TF

Design Owner: Koval TF

MyFonts debut: Dec 16, 2009

Softrobo Pro

About Koval TF

It all started by Aliaksei Koval with an idea to provide better opportunities for worldwide branding and visual communications in 2004 in Minsk, Belarus. The Koval Type foundry debuted on MyFonts in 2008. Since then we've provided some great fonts for large clients. Belarusian Railway, Euroopt and Minsk city among them. In 2021 Koval Type moved to Poland and went with complete makeover with focus on providing more ready-to-license fonts for logo and visual identity designers. These days Koval Type has several typefaces for worldwide licensing, a number of custom & bespoke typefaces designed for branding projects.Awards: 2006 — Excellence in typeface design, Belarusian Union of Designers