27 static fonts/styles
Display Condensed
  • Thin
  • Extralight
  • Light
  • Regular
  • Medium
  • Semibold
  • Bold
  • Extrabold
  • Black
Display Normal
  • Thin
  • Extralight
  • Light
  • Regular
  • Medium
  • Semibold
  • Bold
  • Extrabold
  • Black
Display Extended
  • Thin
  • Extralight
  • Light
  • Regular
  • Medium
  • Semibold
  • Bold
  • Extrabold
  • Black
1 variable font (Weight and Width axes)

                                About Butik

                                Details are a type designer’s raw material. Their subtlety is only made visible when they resonate across contours, letters, and words. It takes a special kind of talent to fashion one’s artistic opinion into forms that are primarily intended to carry meaning. When done well, characters become truly multi-modal and offer content together with a unique ambience. A trace of a designer lingers in each letter. It could be a quaint sense of humour, precision, outlook, taste.

                                Anna Štepanovská has woven Butik into a Didonesque, high-contrast fabric unifying extreme weights and widths where influences from mannerist ornamentation, to Herb Lubalin, to Josef Týfa coalesce into a refreshing new voice.

                                The semi-seriffed forms and pronounced ink-traps define the canvas for Butik’s personality in which the letterforms traverse between the extremes. Daring ball terminals and outstrokes dance between the letters in the subtle thin weights, while playful counters and the flared and tapered strokes grab the stage in the ardent heavies and bolds.

                                Graphic designers will appreciate a lot of small but practical considerations. Butik’s slender serifs join smoothly to create surprising continuity and patterns. The heavier weights feature shorter serifs, making them more headline-ready. Because each weight remains consistent from the Condensed to Extended widths, fitting the content in a given space should not be problem. The capitals, with their impressive staccato of stems, exhibit consistent height across all of the styles — thus easily combining however desired in titles and logos. Additional hairline diacritics and selected punctuation are offered as a stylistic set. Fractions come in two versions as well: with a diagonal slash as well as nut fractions with a horizontal bar. And on top of all of that Butik’s decorative ligatures, swashes, and alternates allow for endless creative possibilities.

                                And this all seems to be just a beginning.

                                Get Butik

                                Rosetta’s Standard licence: Trial licence: Need more?
                                • Company size: from total of up to 3 employees
                                • Desktop Projects: allowed
                                • Web Projects: up to 30K pageviews/monthly, unlimited domains
                                • App Projects: up to 30K app users/monthly
                                • Automated Processing and Research: not allowed

                                See the full licence agreement for details

                                • Testing and evalution: 1 user
                                • Desktop Projects: not allowed
                                • Web Projects: not allowed
                                • App Projects: not allowed
                                • Automated Processing and Research: not allowed

                                See the full licence agreement for details

                                • more users/pageviews
                                • unlimited desktop/web/app use
                                • server-side automation
                                • OEM licencing
                                Buy Fonts Single font from 45 € Family of 27+1 fonts from 316 € Get Free Trial Fonts Contact the HQ
                                Standard licence:
                                • desktop: 5 users
                                • web: up to 50K pageviews/month
                                • OTF, TTF, and WOFF2 formats
                                See the licence text for details Buy Fonts Single font: 45 € Family of 28 fonts: 316 €
                                Trial licence:
                                • desktop: 1 user
                                • only for evaluation and testing
                                • OTF with some characters removed
                                See the licence text for details Get Free Trial Fonts

                                Glyph table

                                OpenType features

                                Supported scripts and languages

                                Latin

                                292 languages
                                • Acheron
                                • Achinese
                                • Acholi
                                • Afar
                                • Afrikaans
                                • Alekano
                                • Aleut
                                • Amahuaca
                                • Amarakaeri
                                • Amis
                                • Anaang
                                • Andaandi, Dongolawi
                                • Anuta
                                • Ao Naga
                                • Aragonese
                                • Arbëreshë Albanian
                                • Arvanitika Albanian
                                • Asháninka
                                • Ashéninka Perené
                                • Asu (Tanzania)
                                • Atayal
                                • Balinese
                                • Bari
                                • Basque
                                • Batak Dairi
                                • Batak Karo
                                • Batak Mandailing
                                • Batak Simalungun
                                • Batak Toba
                                • Bemba (Zambia)
                                • Bena (Tanzania)
                                • Bikol
                                • Bislama
                                • Borana-Arsi-Guji Oromo
                                • Bosnian
                                • Breton
                                • Buginese
                                • Candoshi-Shapra
                                • Caquinte
                                • Caribbean Hindustani
                                • Cashibo-Cacataibo
                                • Catalan
                                • Cebuano
                                • Central Aymara
                                • Central Kurdish
                                • Chamorro
                                • Chavacano
                                • Chiga
                                • Chiltepec Chinantec
                                • Chokwe
                                • Chuukese
                                • Cimbrian
                                • Cofán
                                • Congo Swahili
                                • Cook Islands Māori
                                • Cornish
                                • Corsican
                                • Creek
                                • Crimean Tatar
                                • Croatian
                                • Czech
                                • Danish
                                • Dehu
                                • Dutch
                                • Eastern Arrernte
                                • Eastern Oromo
                                • Embu
                                • English
                                • Ese Ejja
                                • Faroese
                                • Fijian
                                • Filipino
                                • Finnish
                                • French
                                • Friulian
                                • Gagauz
                                • Galician
                                • Ganda
                                • Garifuna
                                • Ga’anda
                                • German
                                • Gheg Albanian
                                • Gilbertese
                                • Gooniyandi
                                • Gourmanchéma
                                • Guadeloupean Creole French
                                • Gusii
                                • Haitian
                                • Hani
                                • Hiligaynon
                                • Ho-Chunk
                                • Hopi
                                • Huastec
                                • Hungarian
                                • Icelandic
                                • Iloko
                                • Inari Sami
                                • Indonesian
                                • Irish
                                • Istro Romanian
                                • Italian
                                • Ixcatlán Mazatec
                                • Jamaican Creole English
                                • Japanese
                                • Javanese
                                • Jola-Fonyi
                                • K'iche'
                                • Kabuverdianu
                                • Kala Lagaw Ya
                                • Kalaallisut
                                • Kalenjin
                                • Kamba (Kenya)
                                • Kaonde
                                • Karelian
                                • Kashubian
                                • Kekchí
                                • Kenzi, Mattokki
                                • Khasi
                                • Kikuyu
                                • Kimbundu
                                • Kinyarwanda
                                • Kituba (DRC)
                                • Kongo
                                • Konzo
                                • Kuanyama
                                • Kven Finnish
                                • Kölsch
                                • Ladin
                                • Ladino
                                • Latgalian
                                • Ligurian
                                • Lithuanian
                                • Lombard
                                • Low German
                                • Lower Sorbian
                                • Luba-Lulua
                                • Lule Sami
                                • Luo (Kenya and Tanzania)
                                • Luxembourgish
                                • Macedo-Romanian
                                • Makhuwa
                                • Makhuwa-Meetto
                                • Makonde
                                • Makwe
                                • Malagasy
                                • Malaysian
                                • Maltese
                                • Mandinka
                                • Mandjak
                                • Mankanya
                                • Manx
                                • Maore Comorian
                                • Maori
                                • Mapudungun
                                • Matsés
                                • Mauritian Creole
                                • Meriam Mir
                                • Meru
                                • Minangkabau
                                • Mirandese
                                • Mohawk
                                • Montenegrin
                                • Munsee
                                • Murrinh-Patha
                                • Mwani
                                • Mískito
                                • Naga Pidgin
                                • Ndonga
                                • Neapolitan
                                • Ngazidja Comorian
                                • Niuean
                                • Nobiin
                                • Nomatsiguenga
                                • North Ndebele
                                • Northern Kurdish
                                • Northern Qiandong Miao
                                • Northern Sami
                                • Northern Uzbek
                                • Norwegian
                                • Nyanja
                                • Nyankole
                                • Occitan
                                • Ojitlán Chinantec
                                • Orma
                                • Oroqen
                                • Palauan
                                • Paluan
                                • Pampanga
                                • Papantla Totonac
                                • Papiamento
                                • Pedi
                                • Picard
                                • Pichis Ashéninka
                                • Piemontese
                                • Pijin
                                • Pintupi-Luritja
                                • Pipil
                                • Pohnpeian
                                • Polish
                                • Portuguese
                                • Potawatomi
                                • Purepecha
                                • Quechua
                                • Romanian
                                • Romansh
                                • Rotokas
                                • Rundi
                                • Rwa
                                • Samburu
                                • Samoan
                                • Sango
                                • Sangu (Tanzania)
                                • Saramaccan
                                • Sardinian
                                • Scots
                                • Scottish Gaelic
                                • Sena
                                • Seri
                                • Seselwa Creole French
                                • Shambala
                                • Shawnee
                                • Shipibo-Conibo
                                • Shona
                                • Sicilian
                                • Silesian
                                • Slovak
                                • Slovenian
                                • Soga
                                • Somali
                                • Soninke
                                • South Ndebele
                                • Southern Aymara
                                • Southern Qiandong Miao
                                • Southern Sami
                                • Southern Sotho
                                • Spanish
                                • Sranan Tongo
                                • Standard Estonian
                                • Standard Latvian
                                • Standard Malay
                                • Sundanese
                                • Swahili
                                • Swati
                                • Swedish
                                • Swiss German
                                • Tagalog
                                • Tahitian
                                • Taita
                                • Tedim Chin
                                • Tetum
                                • Tetun Dili
                                • Tiv
                                • Tok Pisin
                                • Tokelau
                                • Tonga (Tonga Islands)
                                • Tonga (Zambia)
                                • Tosk Albanian
                                • Tsonga
                                • Tswana
                                • Tumbuka
                                • Turkish
                                • Turkmen
                                • Tzeltal
                                • Tzotzil
                                • Uab Meto
                                • Ume Sami
                                • Upper Guinea Crioulo
                                • Upper Sorbian
                                • Venetian
                                • Veps
                                • Võro
                                • Walloon
                                • Walser
                                • Wangaaybuwan-Ngiyambaa
                                • Waray (Philippines)
                                • Warlpiri
                                • Wayuu
                                • Welsh
                                • West Central Oromo
                                • Western Abnaki
                                • Western Frisian
                                • Wik-Mungkan
                                • Wiradjuri
                                • Wolof
                                • Xhosa
                                • Yanesha'
                                • Yao
                                • Yapese
                                • Yindjibarndi
                                • Yucateco
                                • Zulu
                                • Záparo

                                Credits

                                Leads

                                Anna Štepanovská Design

                                Anna Štepanovská (née Giedryś) is a type and graphic designer based in Brno, Czechia. She holds a Master of Arts in graphic design and visual communication from the Sign and Typography Studio at the University of Fine Arts in Poznań, but she first fell in love with calligraphy and lettering while on exchange at Vilnius Fine Arts Academy. She’s been drawing type ever since, and now channels this passion into working on custom and retail fonts at Rosetta. Here, Anna is also responsible for the marketing and presentation of our fonts and played a key role in the development of the company since its early days. In 2011–2013, she was a co-organizer of the international TypeTalks conferences and TypeShorts meetings.

                                Assistance

                                Johannes Neumeier Font engineering