What is the DIN 2014 Stencil font?
DIN 2014 Stencil is a stencil version of DIN 2014 typeface inspired by signage, data plates and stencilled building inscriptions. The typeface has a pronounced industrial spirit and can be used in the most rigorous conditions. DIN 2014 Stencil family consists of 18 styles which include six weights (corresponding to DIN 2014) with three grades of ‘stencilness’ for each weight. The typeface was designed by Vasily Biryukov and released by Paratype in 2017.
DIN 2014 Stencil Font families
The DIN 2014 Stencil includes the following font families:
- DIN 2014 Stencil Closed Extra Light
- DIN 2014 Stencil Half-Open Extra Light
- DIN 2014 Stencil Open Extra Light
- DIN 2014 Stencil Closed Light
- DIN 2014 Stencil Half-Open Light
- DIN 2014 Stencil Open Light
- DIN 2014 Stencil Closed
- DIN 2014 Stencil Half-Open
- DIN 2014 Stencil Open
- DIN 2014 Stencil Closed Demi
- DIN 2014 Stencil Half-Open Demi
- DIN 2014 Stencil Open Demi
- DIN 2014 Stencil Closed Bold
- DIN 2014 Stencil Half-Open Bold
- DIN 2014 Stencil Open Bold
- DIN 2014 Stencil Closed Extra Bold
- DIN 2014 Stencil Half-Open Extra Bold
- DIN 2014 Stencil Open Extra Bold
DIN 2014 Stencil Preview
Here is a preview of how DIN 2014 Stencil will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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