Business Cards by Young Professionals
Printed on thick Mohawk card stock, the cards have a soft tone to them with a bold feel. The sides of the cards are hand-painted so that when they lie together they create a marbled block form.
Fonts of the Month: June. Free fonts and many discounts on sans serif.
We are in the half of the year, a huge amount of fabulous fonts has been released this year. This past month of June wasn’t the exception and even go too far in the typography community, as big amount of fonts were released. I think I will make the part 2 of the best fonts of this months because this short list isn’t enough to show you great new typefaces that deserve a mention.
The master Rene Bieder release a new typeface named Choplin, which goes directly to the top of the list of hot new fonts of myfonts. Libertad by Roberto Díaz (designer of Quiroga) is also one of my favourites this month. Good News Sans by Kyle Benson is another remarkable typeface this month. Less words and more letters check the list.
Adorn by Laura Worthington (More than a typeface).
This is a huge, set of typefaces (script, serif and display), ornaments, monograms, frames, catchwords. When you check it you won’t even need to use another file different from this family to create beautiful vintagesque designs.
What can be more lovely than a wedding, an intimate invitation, a gift from the heart? One whose presentation uses the warm and welcoming family of typefaces, Adorn. With a modern and sometimes quirky twist on the staid, almost corporate look of formal invitations, this family of lettering typefaces arms designers with a breathtakingly large number of faces that work harmoniously, despite the distinctiveness of each. Even larger and more multilayered than Worthington’s award-winning Charcuterie collection, Adorn offers seven display fonts, four script designs, monograms, ornaments, illustrations, banners, frames, and catchwords.
Anyone in the business of helping others celebrate life—florists, menu designers, landscapers, caterers, tailors, event planners—will find fitting fonts in the Adorn collection. DIYers and designers will enjoy Adorn, too, for use in prints and drawings, quotes, invitations for gatherings, greeting cards, baby showers, gift cards, even wine bottles.
Don’t lose a detail, check it here: http://myfonts.us/Ot03E4
The Story by Mobstr
This put a smile on my face. Continuing on from Mobstr’s "Playing With The Buff Man" series, The Story tells the tale of the on going dance between the artist and the so called “Buff Man” as they both fight for control over the wall.
Artists: | Website | [via: Vandalog]
Courtesy Script by Sudtipos.
Courtesy captures the elegance and propriety of finely practiced Spencerian penmanship, in particular the Zanerian school. Its lowercase is notably understated, a simple monoline with very wide connections that ease readability. In the capitals, Courtesy adds variety in both the weight of the strokes, and in degrees of flourish — from merely fancy to over-the-top engrossery.
See details: http://myfonts.us/4cuDyB