In terms of wit, humor, and creativity, Knock Knock has met its match in Dan Golden—artist, designer, and wearer of awesomely-knitted fisherman beanies.* Dan’s vast repertoire of work strikes a welcomed balance between contemporary, polished sophistication and quirky commentary. Read more about The Gummy Bear Book and Sorry I Farted and 24 Other Apology Postcards author, Dan Golden, in this Q&A!
The New York Times
The New York Times Features Knock Knock Pack This! Pad
The New York Times features Knock Knock in "A Toast to France in a Queen's Loft," highlighting Michelle DeFoe, President of Laurent-Perrier, and how the Pack This! Pad prevents her from forgetting critical items for important occasions more times than she can remember.
The New York Times Features Knock Knock The Wit that Breeds Wisdom
The New York Times features Knock Knock and its founder, Jen Bilik, as the seller of quirky gifts and stationery and details the devotion Jen puts into developing products (e.g. spending 20 hours writing a greeting card about the history of Valentine’s Day because she was happy to do so).