Slanted Magazine #25 Paris Issue
Slanted 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. Loved and hated, hated and loved - probably no other European nation has a similarly ambivalent relationship to their capital as the French.
In February 2015, the editorial went on a Slanted week trip to Paris to take a look at contemporary design work and the people love to hate the French capital. The Slanted Team met 18 design studios and was a virtuoso handling of the exposed wounds and contradictions of a rapidly changing society and the use of spirit and humor as a subversive tools. The result is extensive studio portraits that paint a vivid, highly topical image of the scene.
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