Knapp is named after the Swedish word for button. As the low-key companion of the display font Knopp, Knapp provides a subtle and calmer design making it an ideal choice for longer texts while matching the curvy style, warmth and high contrasts of Knopp. Together, Knopp and Knapp form a dynamic duo, bringing a sense of spring and renewal to any text they are used in.
Grown in the 2020s,
rooted in the 1940s
Built on Jean Paul Gaultier’s heritage, the Gaultier family was designed as an extention of the historical Jean Paul Gaultier typographic palette. With a total disregard to the baseline or the letter proportions, the typography stretchs in every direction to feel up the space and be as loud as possible. A typographic freedom in tune with the freedom and the spirit of the fashion brand.
for Jean Paul Gaultier
Now including italics!