DIN Medium Alternate

DIN Medium Alternate DIN Medium Alternate
details about the font
Name DIN Medium Alternate [wrong?]
Style FontFont [wrong?]
category Serifenlose Linear-Antiqua [wrong?]
designer(s) Albert-Jan Pool [wrong?]
foundry FontFont [wrong?]
date released 1995 [wrong?]
details about the photo
author snow601
date January 28, 2012 – 03:44
place Heiliger Weg 47,
44137 Dortmund,

more information about the font

The letters DIN refer to the Deutsche Industrie-Norm, the German Industrial Standard; among their many uses, these typefaces are seen on most road signs and license plates in what was formerly West Germany. One of the primary criteria for the DIN Schriften design was a facility for reproduction. There are four geometric sans serif typefaces, of roughly the same weight but of various widths, from quite round to condensed.

Use DIN Schriften for signage, posters, and display work that emanates a neo-1990s look.

These OpenType fonts include regular and alternate versions of the following characters: 6, 9.

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