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Vtg Stencil DIN

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Regular Pack



  30 €

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  36 €

Buy with Gumroad - it's fast, free and secure! Rough

  36 €

Buy with Gumroad - it's fast, free and secure! Rough Lt

  36 €

Buy with Gumroad - it's fast, free and secure! Halftone

  36 €

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  36 €

Buy with Gumroad - it's fast, free and secure! Fabric

  36 €

Buy with Gumroad - it's fast, free and secure! Fabric Lt

 170 €

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Vtg Stencil DIN - Regular Package - 7 fonts


Alternative Pack



  30 €

Buy with Gumroad - it's fast, free and secure! Alt

  36 €

Buy with Gumroad - it's fast, free and secure! AltRough

  36 €

Buy with Gumroad - it's fast, free and secure! AltRough Lt

  36 €

Buy with Gumroad - it's fast, free and secure! AltHalftone

  36 €

Buy with Gumroad - it's fast, free and secure! Alt Halft. Lt

  36 €

Buy with Gumroad - it's fast, free and secure! AltFabric

  36 €

Buy with Gumroad - it's fast, free and secure! AltFab. Lt

 170 €

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Vtg Stencil DIN - Alternative Package - 7 fonts


 220 €

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Family Package - all 14 fonts


The Vtg Stencil DIN fonts were developed to make the most common German stencil type available as digital font. The font design is based on DIN 1451, the standard German typeface from the 1930s. Because of its technical precision, it is considered the archetype of an industrial typeface. Of course, there are several slightly different stencil designs from different manufacturers and eras in circulation, but they all share the typical design of the DIN type.

DIN stands for "Deutsche Industrienorm" (German Industry Standard) and the DIN types have a long history. The core design was developed for the marking of wagons of the Prussian State Railways (1906). But the design became increasingly popular and in 1936 it was published as DIN1451 - a standard for the design of type. It was used for traffic signs, street signs, house numbers, the army and much more. Over the years the design has changed a little and been slightly modernised.

Vtg Stencil DIN comes in many styles – Regular, Alt, Fabric, Halftone and Rough. The Alt style features older designs of letter "a" and figures "6" and "9". Fabric, Halftone and Rough styles have an eroded, weathered look using up to four glyph variations of each letter. For an random effect an glyph rotator is programmed into the fonts opentypecode and applied by typing in opentype-savvy application.

 







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