Beginning with the FF DIN was invented by Albert-Jan Pool, designer from Amsterdam and also famous for the FF OCR-F. The font is based on a DIN middlescript and english script, as defined german standard DIN 1451. DIN means (Deutsches Institut für Normung = German institute for standardization). As the museum of modern art expanded their collection with digital typefaces the DIN was one of the first 23 selected typefaces worldwide. Albert Pool himself says that thgis was a milestone to the meaning of typedesign as art. Here we have some examples how the Font is used.
The FF DIN in use