New Free Script Fonts With Multiple Glyph Styles – Part 2

Elegant, versatile, and overly popular as script fonts are, there weren’t enough occasions for me to use them in my design work. Most of my projects required a clean-cut look and simplicity of sans-serif fonts. So as my personal side project, I came up with a script fonts’ reference file and made it a habit to keep it constantly updated. Just simply sifting through it gets me into a creative mood.

5+ Places To Visit In Savannah That Will Make You Pack And Travel Immediately To The South



Needless to say, Savannah, Georgia is so timeless, quaint, and magical. And your comfortable walking shoes are all you need to experience it. I spent there a day on a walking self-guided tour. A day is hardly enough to soak it all in – beautiful houses, cobblestone streets, moss-covered old oaks, and tucked-away green squares. But it's sure enough to fall in love with Savannah once and for all.

Before getting there, I did my research on what places to visit if you have less than 24 hours to explore. I began the tour from the iconic fountain in Forsyth Park, then strolled around the Historic Jones street, over to The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, and finally moved toward Broughton and River streets with their nice boutiques, fine eateries, and refreshing breeze. There wasn't a shortage of spectacular views on the way. A day is not enough to visit and appreciate all the famous sights in the Historic District, so I've chosen top five that made my list of favorites.


Historic Jones Street

If I could go back to Savannah and spend there another day, Jones street would be the first place I'd revisit and linger a little longer to appreciate all the little exquisite details of the Victorian houses and their Southern charm. Plants and moss-covered trees line a cobbled street on each side with rows of colorful, imposing homes. No wonder, it keeps on making the list of one of the country's most beautiful streets. Just looking at these pictures make you pack and book the trip to Savannah.







 

Chocolate by Adam Turoni

Have you ever been to the chocolate library, set up like a classic absolutely gorgeous library-boutique with glass cabinets, replicas of rare books and antique busts? If not, then you are in for a treat. Each chocolate is handcrafted, unique-flavored and can be bought in a vintage gift box book. If you visit a store on Bull street and linger a little longer, you can hear church bells that make the whole experience even more exciting.




 

The Savannah College of Art and Design

The former Savannah Volunteer Guard Armory is now a home to the SCAD's Poetter Hall. The nineteenth-century building was built with red bricks and resembles a medieval castle with towers and arched windows. It's another example of how the outstanding architecture can influence and foster creativity within its walls.

But it's what's inside that makes it insanely impressive. The staircase painted in bold green, the grand light-tree installation, chairs mounted to the wall, fireplaces with the antique busts and a statement zebra at the entrance make it worth the stop. And yes, it's open to the public during the regular hours. There's also the SCAD shop in the same building that displays the  community's and students' works. Some are pretty quirky and bold.







 

Oh, and did I mention they have the fancy coffee stop right across from the campus?!

 

 

The Paris Market

Ooh, la la! All things French are so charming and classy. You can already feel the market's pretty vibes barely spotting it ahead on Broughton Street. The facade is painted in a loveliest Robin's egg blue. The two-level market has a little Parisian-style coffee bar on the top floor and all sort of antiques and curiosities on the second. And even if you don't feel French yet, the elaborate chandeliers inside will bring out that elusive je ne sais quoi.









 

The Savannah Bee Company

It's more than just another tourist spot. It's every nature lover's dream shop to peek into the honeybees world. You will learn about bees making honey and sample at least 10 different types of honey, including the Queen of the Honey World – Tupelo Honey. To make it even sweeter, try a sugary perfection – a pure bee honeycomb paired with gourmet cheese or apple slices. Once you have had a taste, you can try a flavored mead and other honey-based products: makeup, soap, body washes, chopsticks, anything you can think of. The entire place smells heavenly and the warm honey tones of the decor add a welcoming ambiance to the spot.

There are two locations on Broughton and River Streets.
















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