The typography magazine SLANTED, in existence since 2005 , is published quarterly and combines the sectors typography, layout, illustration and photography. It attends to the topics in greater detail and more intensive. The magazine encourages and calls for a debate on these subjects as an experimental field. It is also about getting to know them, seeing them in a different light, and to reflect on them.

Slanted #8, »2d3d« deals with a step-up of dimensions – from linearity to space – and everything in between. More than ever Slanted Magazine even crosses geographical borders, presenting works from Edhv (Eindhoven), Klein Dytham architecture (Tokyo), Pixelgarten (Frankfurt), Maxime Buechi (Lausanne), Ina Saltz (New York), Erwin K. Bauer (Vienna), Sangho Park (Stuttgart) and many others. The sections “Fontlabels, Fonts & Families”, “Fontnames Illustrated” and “Typolyrics” introduce contemporary fonts and designers from all over the world, followed by interviews with Sabrina Tibourtine, Christoph Dunst, Sipho Mabona, Gemma O’Brien and Mr. David Carson.

Besides a portrait of »Buchstabenmuseum Berlin«, the Slanted Magazine introduces numerous 2d3d-works of professionals and students (Ebon Heath, Yulia Brodskaya, pleaseletmedesign, MWM Graphics, etc.).

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