DIN 1451 font family


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About DIN 1451 font family

The abbreviation "DIN" stands for Deutsches Institut für Normung (The German Institute for Industrial Standards). In 1936 the German Standard Committee settled upon DIN 1451 as the standard font for the areas of technology, traffic, administration and business. The Committee chose a sans serif font because it was thought to be legible, straightforward, and easy to reproduce. They did not expect the font would be used for advertisements and other "artistically oriented" purposes. Nevertheless, because DIN 1451 has been seen all over Germany on signs for town names and traffic directions, this font became familiar enough to make its way to the palettes of graphic designers and advertising art directors. Despite disagreement about its aesthetic qualities, the contemporary digital version of DIN 1451 has been adopted and used by designers in other countries as well, solidifying its worldwide design reputation. Try it out for signage, magazine layouts, book covers, or flyers. DIN 1451's industrial heritage makes it surprisingly functional in just about any application.
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DIN 1451

DIN 1451

8 Typefaces



world-map map Cyrillic map Greek map

Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

DIN 1451 MittelSchrift -  3 variants
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DIN 1451 EngSchrift -  2 variants
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DIN 1451 EngSchrift Alternate -  1 variant
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DIN 1451 CE MittelSchrift -  1 variant
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DIN 1451 Cyrillic Mittelschrift -  1 variant
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DIN 1451 Greek Mittelschrift -  1 variant
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