Dinamit is a grotesque of lavish width. It started out as a reinterpretation of DIN Breitschrift, the extended member of the DIN 1451 trio defined by the German standards body in the 1930s. With its stretched look, DIN Breitschrift was never as widely used as its regular and condensed siblings. Lukas Schneider has resurrected this forgotten style and eliminated all of its awkwardness while maintaining its rigor, transforming letterforms made by engineers into an alluring tool set for contemporary designers. Dinamit spans seven weights from Thin to Bold with seemingly monolinear strokes, complemented by obliques.