Slanted started with a Weblog in 2004. The first magazine issue was published 2005.
Slanted is the first German magazine devoted to typography. It takes an interdisciplinary approach, and has been designed to complement the highly- frequented internet blog at www.slanted.de.
The main focus of Slanted is typography found within design, illustration and photography, but a variety of other topics — related both directly and indirectly to the field — are also addressed. The magazine contains expertise analyses and reports, as well as information on typographic experimentation, portraits and interviews with todays superstars and underground players on the international scene of typography and design. All of this is presented alongside spectacular, first-class graphics and thought-provoking photography.
In this issue:
In the summer of 2018 the Slanted editors embarked on a trip to Prague to take a close-up look at the contemporary design scene there. The list of designers Slanted met with boasts everyone from legends such as Rostislav Vaněk to well known figures from the contemporary design scene such as Briefcase Type Foundry, Anymade Studio, Studio Najbrt, and many more.