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 opinion.
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?!?!! Can someone please help me identify what font is "SALIVA"?
Dec 4th, 2004 - I would really appreciate it if you could identify the font used in the logo on this web page: http://www.hjelp24.no/
(I tried to paste the gif image, but I can't seem to find how to do it...)
I've tried to find what they've used here, but can't fin ...
Apr 20th, 2010 - Hi,
much closer then 'Chive Turkey': Din Fette Weitschrift (bold expanded typeface according DIN 1451), similar fonts in other countries (see old posters eg from Great Britan in WW1) and retros like Turnpike. Have a look at the following free fonts ...
Oct 20th, 2003 - Gah, I still need to clear my EMail inbox - haven't forgotten at all; but that's a job I do keep putting off.....
The Simbats font and the companion were designed by SM Lust - the same artist who designed my "Bunny Wuffles" logo character :cool: I ...
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...
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:
Sep 24th, 2012 - Hi,
the sans serif could be a "Fette Engschrift nach DIN 1451" (fat narrow typeface according to german standardisation organisations (DIN) standard DIN 1451).
Jan 10th, 2010 - Hi,
The image has a low resolution and I am not able to recognise the details. It's just look like a fututa rounded (AKA VAG rounded) stencil/open ... look in older threads and you find similar fonts:
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 upper case.
Mar 6th, 2008 - Hi, I'm a design student replicating a magazine page for a class exercise. I need to find a FREE typeface similar to FF DIN. I'm a student so cannot afford to pay for the actual commercial one. Something similar and free would be great.
Jan 7th, 2010 - Hello,
For my work I'm looking for the Font Candy Round BTN. (see image for example)
I had it on my computer, but after re-installing Windows Vista, I lost it. Even though I thought I saved it on my external hard drive.
Anyway, I don't have it any ...
Jul 19th, 2010 - Hi,
it's very close to the DIN Fette Mittelschrift according to DIN 1451. Just go to identifont:
Search for DIN 1451 Fette Engschrift, click on similar fonts browse and find Ordinar:
Apr 23rd, 2009 - Urgh, your boss seems to deserve some design lessons.
There are lots of discussions on the web about the attraction of Comic Sans. There are many arguments. My 2 cents: Pre-installed, round, looks not so formal, and name starts with a letter which is o ...