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.

One Day in Atlanta: Ponce City Market

Cutting to the chase, Ponce City Market is a must-see spot in Atlanta. With industrial-chic style, reclaimed wood floors, distressed brick walls and exposed metallic beams, the space has the flair of an urban warehouse. Its aesthetics is the icing on the cake. This space was once a Sears, Roebuck and Co. retail store and is now a party central for the city.

Once a dwindling and abandoned development, now the 2.1 million-square-foot market hosts more than 250 businesses – national and local retail, restaurants, boutiques, offices, and, if you're fortunate enough to afford it, apartments and lofts.

Its Central Food Hall is one of the best food halls in the US, as good as Pike Place in Seattle, and the Ferry Building in San Francisco.

The Roof, a six-acre amusement park on the rooftop, is the cherry on top. It hosts a mini-golf course, boardwalk-style games, a three-story slide, a drop tower, a modern beer garden, and scenic views of Atlanta's skyline.

Officially opened in 2014, the city’s community hub has transformed the Old Fourth Ward, once the sore thumb of Atlanta, into a thriving and dynamic neighborhood. The market is the largest historic rehabilitation projects in the Southeast as of today.

Connected with the other major visitors' draw – the Atlanta BeltLine, PCM is also easily accessible through the BeltLine's Eastside Trail.

North Avenue Side The signature red letters are 18 feet tall each.

Oh, and you won't miss the wayfinding signs, especially those leading to the Central Food Hall.

 
Ponce de Leon Ave Side Ponce City Market was named after the natural springs – Ponce de Leon Springs, that were located in its place in the 1860s. A witty Atlanta's doctor used the name of Ponce de Leon – a Spanish explorer who discovered Florida while looking for the Fountain of Youth – to make the place a popular destination among the locals.



Walking wide-eyed around.

 

CITIZEN SUPPLY  

Citizen Supply is a maker's market where artists from around the country sell their creations. The 12,000 square-foot place seems to carry it all from handmade table lamps to office supplies to clothes to clay goods to jewelry. It's definitely a happy place for those looking for one of a kind pieces. Not to mention the insta-worthy murals.





Come hungry. The selection of restaurants and grab-and-go dining on the ground floor is amazing.



 

ARCHER PAPER GOODS

This stationery and gift store had the most sarcastic cutest black and white display of greeting cards.

 

Topstitch Studio and Lounge 

It seems like some retro skills are making a major comeback. Knitting, embroidery, and sewing are undergoing a renaissance. Whether you are trying to turn sewing into a hobby or struggling with bobbins and seam rippers, then look no further than this place.

 

ANTHROPOLOGIE

Anthropologie's Exhilarating Home Design Experience As a design lover, I couldn't pass up the opportunity to visit the store's new location. I was looking not so much for clothes but rather admiring their home interior propping and styling. The beauty is in details and textures.   
To satisfy any perfectionist soul



Every single pin I came across on Pinterest, while looking for things to do in Atlanta, featured this place as a must go. So I did. And from here on out, I will make sure that when traveling, I will have my connecting flight in Atlanta. 



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