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Dating back to the early part of the 20th century, the DIN type style is the original “industrial-strength” sans serif design. Its name is an acronym for the German “Deutsches Institut für Normung” (German Institute for Standardization), and DIN was first used to identify railroad cars in Germany. The FF-DIN™ typeface family is based on the original German Standards Organization font number DIN 1451, which was commissioned for use in German public administration and signage. FF-DIN, drawn by Albert-Jan Pool, takes the original DIN 1451 design, revives it for digital typesetting and enlarges the family to 20 variations.

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Individual Styles 28 styles