The Rox & Fix print shows mountain silhouettes with contours that draw the eye deeper and deeper into the pattern. This design approach is common with Chinese art, and it was a visit to the Chinese section of the Metropolitan Museum of Art that inspired Josef Frank with this design. The name is a play upon words where the Rocks and Figs motif became Rox & Fix. The print was designed in the beginning of the 1940s, but was printed for the first time in 1994.
Josef Frank’s textiles with the 100 linen designation are made of a thin linen that is best suited for curtains.