Slanted takes a break from focussing on individual countries and turns its eyes to Europe.
This issue is a plea for a multi-faceted and vibrant Europe, which sits in stark polarity to the all too real backdrop of right-wing populism, financial crises, Brexit insecurities, loss of allies and selfish politics.
This is an inventory of Europe, one which displays the feeling and comments of illustrators, photographers, writers and graphic designers from all around the continent. 156 contributors across 252 pages - speaking from the heart.
A graphic design publication which each issue takes a country/city as a jumping-off point in which to examine the creative output. Combining highly visual content with essays and articles to the rear, Slanted is both for the eyes and the brain. And at over 250 pages, both get a treat.
If a feeling can be a highlight - then the feeling of hope that reading this issue gave us is it.