FF DIN – Sans Serif Type Family.
FF DIN is a purebred sans serif type family created by German font designer Albert-Jan Pool and is published by the type foundry FontFont. The font family consists of 20 weights. The numerous weights ranging from Light to Black in Condensed and Medium plus italics for each weight. This typface is designed for the use in professional corporate identity projects, small and long texts, advertising, editorial and publishing. FF DIN is suitable for print as well as for web projects. The family includes advanced typographical support with abundant OpenType features. FF DIN provides some stylistic alternates, case-sensitive forms, super- and subscript characters, fractions, and a range of figure set options. The prestigious FF DIN font was added to the MoMA Architecture and Design Collection in New York in 2011. The FF DIN super family also includes FF DIN Round, a typeface with round edges and endings.
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