What is the relationship between language and image? How can visual codes and phenomena or trends be captured in words? Thirty designers, curators, artists, architects, and theorists were invited to join the project and to describe the selected posters.
Slanted Shop offers a wide range of international design publications, prints, and goods, from all over the world, from small, independent labels and renowned publishing houses. We believe that people should make their visual work available for other design enthusiasts all over the world. Therefore we started this marketplace where you can find products dedicated to typography, design, illustration, photography, and art.
Sellers on slanted.de may quote their own prices for shipping, depending on the weight and size of their products. Some people also ship for free. Shipping costs are calculated in your cart after entering the destination country of your order. Please note that your order may be shipped from different sellers or destinations and therefore can be split in several packages with different delivery time. More information
You’re producing extraordinary products? Slanted offers a simple way to sell them to an international audience! In our online shop young and established producers sell their products equally, no matter if it’s edition 1 or 10,000. Selected products form all over the world which you cannot find at every turn. More information
Slanted Publishers is an internationally active publishing and media house founded by Lars Harmsen and Julia Kahl. They publish the award-winning print magazine Slanted, covering international developments in design and culture twice a year as well as other design-related projects and publications in the field of typography, contemporary art, and design. Since its establishment in 2004, slanted.de publishes events and news from an international design scene, job offers and interviews, and showcases inspiring portfolios from all over the world.
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