Designed by Keith Bates, McKnight Kauffer is a multiple classification font family. This typeface has two styles and was published by K-Type.
McKnight Kauffer is a casual sans derived from poster and book cover lettering by the American designer, Edward McKnight Kauffer, who mainly worked in England through the 1920s and 1930s. The style owes much to Louis Oppenheim’s Fanfare of 1927, but without the Germanic blackletter inflection.
The two display fonts, regular and outline, have a playful art deco feel, and share spacing and kerning so can be overlapped for bicolor effects.