Apr 28th, 2009 - ... uploading it. Or I will scan one/take a picture when I get back home to my computer.
I cannot remember what site I found this pic on, but the book is called "Little Puff," by Margaret Hilert. I found several pics of the book on t ...
Oct 23rd, 2005 - ... 'DIN1451 Mittelschrift'. Always difficult to be sure with caps only but the figures in the clock of the leader movie confirm this. Have a look at the 4 and the 7.
For more readable text see here: http://ww ...
Dec 4th, 2004 - ... round or square?
Does the curve of the j point upwards or not?
Plus maybe some questions like:
Which of these (say, 10) fonts does it resemble the most?
- and so on. That might narrow the possibilities down to a manageable se ...
Jun 4th, 2008 - I would rather say that this is a custom typeface, not available to the public - which is very common with the big magazines. This typeface roots are somewhere in DIN origins (look at the D), but the K and R are simply horrible, in my
Oct 20th, 2003 - ... kidding" :rolleyes: :D
...and NO! Bolton is a new one on me - where can I find it? I tried Googling, but whenever I think I found it, I just keep on getting redirected to Fonts.com where everything is pay.
I have anoth ...
Feb 2nd, 2012 - I thought that my logo used DIN, but before I download it I was hoping that someone could help me. Once I found where to buy DIN, I noticed that maybe it wasn't DIN that I am looking for?!?
Mar 12th, 2003 - Hi,
Well I got a new design a while back. I've been really busy so I haven't been round here for a while. Please let me know what you think of my new design:
Oct 19th, 2006 - What I meant by similar was that in the original font used, the l had a round tail, like a lower case l, whereas above, the printer did the best they could to recreate the font but it has a square tail on the l, which makes it look up
Jan 10th, 2010 - ... rounded (AKA VAG rounded) stencil/open ... look in older threads and you find similar fonts:
Is the typeface ...
Oct 23rd, 2010 - Hi there! I'm wondering if anyone knows of a free alternative to the DIN font family? See an example here:
I already have PT Sans, but it's not close enough...
May 21st, 2003 - ... round here) can only keep AbstractFonts alive through the help of sponsors, some of whom are the very foundries that design and sell fonts such as this. Obviously, if members start revealing ways of getting people's sweaty palms on th ...