What is the DIN Neue Roman font?
The DIN Neue Roman adds something new to the established concept of the DIN 1451 type’s technical origin. As a serif counterpart it leaves its static appeal to bring some friendliness into this industrial idea. With more contrast than a slab serif and the dynamic stroke of transitional type DIN Neue Roman defies all conventions, but keeps its legibility.
To have enough resources for diverse and complex typography this type family offers 7 weights with italics, small caps and all kind of opentype features. More…
Type designer Philip Lammert likes to play with the great potential of contradictions. That brought him to this design combining two essentially different classics. DIN Neue Roman is part of his 2015’s master thesis at the HAW Hamburg which was supervised by Prof. Jovica Veljovic.
DIN Neue Roman Font families
The DIN Neue Roman includes the following font families:
- DIN Neue Roman Thin
- DIN Neue Roman Thin Italic
- DIN Neue Roman Ultralight
- DIN Neue Roman Ultralight Italic
- DIN Neue Roman Light
- DIN Neue Roman Light Italic
- DIN Neue Roman Regular
- DIN Neue Roman Regular Italic
- DIN Neue Roman Medium
- DIN Neue Roman Medium Italic
- DIN Neue Roman Bold
- DIN Neue Roman Bold Italic
- DIN Neue Roman Black
- DIN Neue Roman Black Italic
DIN Neue Roman Preview
Here is a preview of how DIN Neue Roman will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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