Slanted #24 - Istanbul Issue

Publication date: October 2014
Language: English
Pages: 288
Language: English/German
Cover: Soft
Size: 16 x 24 cm
Availability: 1
79.00 PLN
Istanbul – the city on the Bosphorus – is famous for its countless minarets, magnificent palaces, colorful markets and traders, seagulls and stray cats. Istanbul is the only metropolis in the world that unites two continents. Traditional crafts collide with a young and blossoming art and design scene, which is slowly changing the face and image of the city. Slanted takes a close-up look at contemporary design work and all the tumultuous developments in this cultural melting pot city balanced between the Orient and the Occident. On their one-week-trip the Slanted team met 15 design studios and produced comprehensive studio portraits which provide a vivid and up-to-the-minute picture of the scene. The resulting video interviews have been enriched with video material from the Shutterstock collection. Thanks to Augmented Reality and the Junaio App readers can easily watch embedded videos of the Istanbul turu on mobile devices. For those who do not own a copy yet, lots of video interviews are online for free on our new video platform The issue is thematically complemented by illustrations, photography and fine art from contemporary culture. The cover is dedicated to Metin Edremit, the designer of the original “Istanbul symbol” whose design won first place in a competition 1969. The “logo” symbolizes many things, such as the seven hills upon which Istanbul was built and the city skyline. With small, formal changes, it now graces the 2-color printed letterpress-cover. Istanbul turu: Aslı Altay, Yurdaer Altıntaş, Yetkin Başarır, Christopher Çolak,Burak Delier, Cem Dinlenmiş, Bülent Erkmen, İnci Eviner, Sedat Girgin,Esen Karol, Tamer Köşeli, Şükran Moral, Ali Taptık, Mehmet Ali Türkmen,Onur F. Yazıcıgil 24 hills: Works, Photography, Fontnames Illustrated, 10 × 10 Interviews, Essays, Index The booklet “Contemporary Typefaces” presents fourteen recently published typefaces we think are important and interesting: Alverata (Gerard Unger / TypeTogether), Anisette (Jean François Porchez / Typofonderie), CA Recape (Thomas Schostok / Cape Arcona Type Foundry), Cardea (David Cabianca / Emigre), Euclid Flex (Swiss Typefaces design team / Swiss Typefaces), Karol Sans (Daniel Sabino / Type-Ø-Tones), Laski Slab (Paula Mastrangelo, Ramiro Espinoza / ReType), Lava (Peter Biľak / Typotheque), Muriza (Jakob Runge, Jürgen Schwarz / type me! fonts), Noe Display (Lauri Toikka / Schick Toikka), Quire Sans (Jim Ford / Monotype), Square Sans (Panos Vassiliou / Parachute), Version 1 International (Oliver Jeschke, Oliver Mayer / VolcanoType), Walmer Marker (Jarno Lukkarila /Typolar).