Pax™ font family

Designed by  Franko Luin in 1995
Pax is clearly a didone, using Vox classification. The contrast between the thin lines and the thicker ones is noticeable, as you would expect from a didone. The basic form is relatively narrow, therefore I designed another Pax, slightly wider and darker, and called it Pax #2. Otherwise they are more or less identical.
Pax is Latin for peace, on everyone's want list in 1995 - as well as every single year before and after that.
Pax was released in 1995.

Pax Condensed SC

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Technical details
Digital data from:
Technical font names:
File name: LT_59205.ttf
Windows menu name: Pax CondensedSC
PostScript name: Pax-CondensedSmallCaps
PostScript full name: Pax Condensed Small Caps
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US$ 49
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