Free Font Pairings for Timeless Logo Design – Part 2

Marking a milestone: it's been two years since my inaugural post on timeless logo design , and I'm excited to continue the tradition! With this latest collection, I'm revisiting the world of elegant typography, showcasing my favorite sans-serif typefaces and handwritten script fonts that have stood the test of time. From logos to wedding stationery, these carefully curated font combinations are sure to inspire your next design project. Join me as I explore the art of creating enduring visual identities that will leave a lasting impression.

A Weekend Guide to Atlanta, The Capital of The South

The unofficial capital of the South is a mix of the opposites, the modern industrial metropolis and the traditional Southern countryside, slick high-rises and antebellum architecture. I was looking for the city spirit beyond Downtown with its Centennial Olympic Park, Georgia Aquarium and World of Coca-Cola and Atlanta didn't let me down.

My weekend trip was saturated with side streets and Victorian homes, honey bees and mead tasting, magnolias and leafy ivy, sweet tea and peach cobblers. Oh, and yes, Atlanta has a thing for all things peachy, from the peach as the official state fruit to more than 70 streets with the "Peachtree" name variations.


Walk, Run, Bike or Skate through the Atlanta BeltLine 

The Atlanta BeltLine is a creative, artsy trail around the core of the city that connects its neighborhoods. The 22-mile hikeable development combines the green space, trail, housing and art installations into a living, ever-changing part of the local community. Besides a means of getting to your destination, it's an exciting trip as is.


Ponce City Market 

It's safe to say it's the Atlanta's best shopping and dining experience. It's directly connected to the BeltLine and hailed as a creative community hub. Every nook and cranny is worth the stop. Grungy and rustic chic design brings the old structure to life.


Krog Street Market

KSG is a great food-court in Atlanta. A local, community spot with the open style seating and food options for everyone.

Julianna's Coffee & Crepes A tucked away Julianna's is straight out of the old English town. Covered with ivy, the place is magical and in a walking distance from the Krog St. Market. I could feel as those leafy, clingy, dark-green vines tug at my heartstrings. The place is famous for its postcard views and the best crepes in Atlanta.



This's probably the most tourist part of Atlanta with Centennial Olympic Park, Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola and CNN to visit.

Center for Civil and Human Rights




It's a vibrant creative hub that houses Fox Theatre, High Museum of Art, Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA), Piedmont Park, Ponce City Market and the Atlanta’s staple, The Varsity that has been serving classic, drive-in food since 1929.

High Museum of Art

Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA)
SCAD Atlanta Here are SCAD Atlanta's hallways. I had a quick stop at SCAD to get the admission information and just loved their interior's visionary design. What not to love about it?




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