Slanted Magazine #18

Slanted Magazine #18 – Signage / Orientation focuses on the ups and downs, the lefts and rights, the stops and go’s, the Kiss+Ride and many more. Featured are many extraordinary wayfinding and orientation systems with different levels of complexity and relevant

The new edition comes along with 164 pages in oversize-format 24 x 32 cm and the eight page fold-out cover shines with traffic sign colors and reflective particles – thanks to elaborate screen printing with reflective paint – incident light.

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