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Fonts of the Month: July.

As usual, this blog brings you the best fonts released in the past month. The summer bring us very high quality fonts, and it seems that the king of the trend still are the hand made fonts, the proof is the True North typeface by Cultivated Mind which was the best selling font in this month. Other interesting and innovative approach is Horizontes Script by Sudtipos, a sexy script font with a very low x height that makes it elegant yet readable. I can’t describe every of this 22 fonts so I really encourage you to click in the name of any of this font from the list and see all the details and every corner of these typefaces:

  1. True North (50% off)
  2. AmpleSoft (70% off)
  3. Loew (80% off)
  4. Filson Pro (75% off)
  5. Nemocón (50% off)
  6. Horizontes Script (30% off)
  7. Golos
  8. Kleide (75% off)
  9. Innervers Gothic (50% off)
  10. Adagio Sans (90% off)
  11. Adagio Serif (90% off)
  12. Adagio Slab (90% off)
  13. Chimphand (50% off)
  14. Core Sans D (80% off)
  15. MB Empire (75% off)
  16. Zilvertype Pro
  17. Sailec (80% off)
  18. Dawnora (50% off)
  19. Lichtspielhaus Handmade (50% off)
  20. Montague Script Bold (50% off)
  21. Finalist Round Slab (80% off)
  22. Brilant Typeface

Did you like it? Then you should see the past months: JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMay, June and past year.

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The Hanging Tent Company has created the roomoon, a sphere-shaped, portable tent that hangs from tree branches.

mymodernmet:

Tree house architect Alex Shirley-Smith designed the Tentsile, a portable, suspended tree tent that would allow people to experience the magic of hanging out in the branchesThis innovative product has the comfort and versatility of a hammock with the security and multi-person occupancy of a tent.

ryanpanos:

CASA | Yannick Martin

What if the houses done by some of the most famous architects would have been think inside a cube?

The idea was to deform and stretch the houses made by the most known architects, to put them inside a cub, and then to reveal what make them so singular, starting by the choice they made concerning the proportion of their houses, but also all the decisions they took to make these house so unique and famous.

(via in-the-eyes-of-the-world)

Utsav House, Studio Mumbai. Maharashtra, India. images (c) Studio Mumbai

(Source: architags, via apostrophe9)

Spring in Stockholm

(Source: timelistens, via villere)