Last week a chunk of new magazine issues hit the doormat… The new issue of Monocle for some international style and retail inspiration with their new Quality of Life index. The new Diner Journal for the best American recipes. The beautiful issue of The White Review for the much needed literary inspiration and last but not least the 14th issue of Slanted for the (typo-)graphic inspiration.
In this new issue, the Grotesque issue, Slanted focuses on current fonts that are in tradition of Lineal, Neo- or Geometric Grotesque. Great inspiration from the type designers in the turn of the 19th to 20th century. This issue features some lovely illustrations, essays and interviews by Anna Sinofzik, Hans Gremmen, Edwin van Gelder and many more. And the 4th part of the Tokyo Report by Ian Lynam can’t be missed as well. Go get your copy at the Slanted shop. Or get it, together with the other magazines mentioned, at your local newsstand.