Oh, how nice to see these oak house numbers in the FF DIN font by Another Country. I’d wager an educated guess that they’re certainly better than the current offering at your local hardware store, and the price isn’t too terribly expensive (unless you have a lot of numbers in your address). The visible wood grain will provide an excellent contrast to your home’s siding, and don’t worry about quality either, as each number is laminated to ensure durability for outdoor environments.
“The FF DIN typeface was designed in 1995 by Dutch typeface designer Albert-Jan Pool, and is characterized by its balanced width. The updated font was based on the popular modern typeface DIN 1451, a realist sans-serif font that was defined by the German standards body in 1931.”
Designed by Albert-Jan Pool and Paul de Zwart / Another Country
Dimensions: 4.31â€ H x 0.8â€ D (Width varies with each number)
Made in: United Kingdom