Slanted 26: New York


Issue #26 of German design magazine Slanted focuses a spotlight on the art and design scene of that glittering city of superlatives, New York.

Meet the current generation of designers, typographers and artists who witness, shape, and color the Big Apple's visual culture. As part of their investigation of the city's design scene in 2015, Slanted produced a series of comprehensive studio portraits, accompanied by an extensive collection of photos, illustrations and essays.

This 288 page issue contains: studio portraits (consisting of an interview with accompanying photos); a photo essay as well as several long-form essays; an illustration section, Font Names Illustrated; interviews; and an additional type booklet ”Contemporary Typefaces” with fourteen recently published, quality typefaces.

Studio visits with George Bates, Nicholas Blechman, Jon Burgerman, Doyle Partners, Louise Fili, Milton Glaser, Steven Heller, Jennifer Heuer, Paul Hoppe, Mirko Ilić, Ken Johnston, karlssonwilker, MyORB, Wael Morcos, Open, Original Champions of Design, Pentagram, Jesse Ragan, Paul Sahre, Shutterstock, Small Stuff, Jessica Svendsen, The Arm Letterpress, Alexander Tochilovsky, Richard Turley, Diego Vainesman, Carol Wahler, and Lance Wyman

Contributing authors include 2×4, Jonathan Auch, Lucas MRKA Benarroch, Joshua Darden, Everything Type Company, Jon Han, Gonzalo Hergueta, Philipp Hubert, Chad Kloepfer, Christine Lhowe, Alex Lin, Ian Lynam, Dannell MacIlwraith, Alex Eben Meyer, Silas Munro, MTWTF, Joe Newton, Other Means, Dan Rhatigan, Edel Rodriguez, Sagmeister & Walsh, Sara Soskolne, Lauren Tamaki, and Jing Wei

Published by Slanted Publishers
First edition, 2015 (English)

288 pages, full-color offset, 6 × 9.5 inches

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