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Auslöser Magazine Issue 3

The Auslöser Magazine Issue 3 features Interviews with Paul Albert Leitner, Nadia Morozewicz, Daniel Chatard, and Katrin Koenning, a behind the scenes of Vienna Secession, and a detail on Apple QuickTake. Auslöser Magazine is a bilingual (German and English) indie print magazine that focuses on the human stories behind the camera. The Auslöser Magazine Issue 1 (available since March 2019) features 4 long-form in-depth interviews with Friedl Kubelka, Yanina Boldyreva, Wolfgang Zurborn and Brian Finke… learn more

Slanted  Laura Nadvornik | 
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People@Home

People@Home is a joint effort to form an impromptu community of stay-at-homes in times of global pandemics. Initiators of the project are graphic designer and illustrator Moriz Oberberger and designer and web developer Philipp Polder. The cause of their project is to raise some money for charity (specifically for the Covid-19 Solidarity Fund by the WHO) by offering hand-drawn animations as a donation incentive. Every donor is added to an ever-growing public list of participants and can link to their… learn more

Slanted  Moriz | 
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Living in the Community

The In der Gemeinde leben gGmbH (English: Living in the Community) also known as IGL, advises and supports people with disabilities wherever they live. Through long term, intensive cooperation with IGL, Designstudio g31 has helped to develop a new brand image, a unique company typeface, and a universally accessible corporate website. Together, they worked out the core elements of the work IGL does: to see diversity as enrichment, and to live inclusively. People with disabilities should actively shape… learn more

Slanted  schoemaker.p | 
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KLEBSTOFF Stickermags

KLEBSTOFF Stickermags #10 KLEBSTOFF will never stop collecting their favorite sticker artists all together in one magazine … like this one. Since this number is somewhat like an anniversary number, they asked artists you will surely remember to contribute their latest stuff and of course some new guys you’ve never seen before. Artists in this issue: Raquel Meyers (SWE), Baptiste Virot (FR), Nuria Figueiredo (ES), Sebastian Schwamm (GER), Ana Benaroya (USA), Robokid (GER), Nick Alston (JP), Berto Fojo… learn more

Slanted  Laura Nadvornik | 
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Slanted in L.A.: Benjamin Critton / Benjamin Critton Art Department

In a town like L.A. and on a production like Slanted’s, which brings together the material for a magazine, not everything has to work out. Often, the best things happen when they’re not planned, just as they did when we went to this gleaming city in fall 2019. We were happy to meet the luminaries from the local creative scene and we are thrilled to share our inspiring encounters with you. During our visit in L.A. we came by to visit Benjamin Critton in his studio where we also met his lovely dog… learn more

Slanted  Laura Nadvornik | 
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Designpreis Rheinland-Pfalz 2020

Since May 1st, projects from the fields of communication design and media design can be submitted to this year’s competition Designpreis Rheinland-Pfalz 2020. The main requirement for participation in the competition is a connection to the federal state of Rhineland-Palatinate. Projects that have been developed for a client based in the federal state (the design services may have been provided nationally or internationally) or creative services that have been developed by service providers based in… learn more

Slanted  Laura Nadvornik | 
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komma#24

komma#24 revolves around the topic of censorship. Information supervision and surveillance through the government, self-censorship, societal pressure and freedom of opinion. On 160 pages and as a limited edition of 500 pieces the magazine reflects the independence of the editorial staff, which is entirely made up of students, within its content as well as its design: completely autonomous work meets topic-specific student projects, neon green takes turns with colored sections, coated paper intersects with… learn more

Slanted  komma Magazine | 
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Democratize Creativity

The world cannot be divided into creative and uncreative people. This is a fallacy that is being spread by a self-proclaimed „elite“ who cling to a long outdated cult of genius. And „Democratize Creativity“ proves it right away. The copywriter Denisse Ariana Pérez, who works at the Swedish design agency Essen International, pleads for the democratisation of creativity. She clearly rejects all those who see creativity as the privilege of a few. As an expert in the so-called creative business, she… learn more

Slanted  Laura Nadvornik | 

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