Slanted 17. Cartoon / Comic

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Slanted 17. Cartoon / Comic

Uitgever:Slanted

  • Paperback
  • Engels, Duits
  • 164 pagina's
  • 22 mrt. 2012

Comics are a series of pictures (strip) that tell a story. In cartoons, the narrative punch line is condensed into an image. The issue Slanted 17. Cartoon / Comic has fallen for these narrative forms and their typographical peculiarities from beginning to end.

In addition, this first Slanted magazine of the year 2012 shows a new face. A new format in oversize, 16 pages more as well as streamlining in sequence of content and layout create more space for projects and design.

Ken Johnston of Corbis (New York) has immersed himself in the archives and has brought to light a grotesque photo story of nuclear bomb experiments in a patriotically charged world - Doom Town, a dark comic as life writes it. Patrick Tsai (Tokyo) keeps a photographic diary - Talking Barnacles is a narrative in picture sequences paired with very personal texts.

This issues presents numerous essays and reports worth reading: Motorscream Landscapes - About writing in graphic literature by Alexander Negrelli (Berlin), Beloved and Hated: Comic Sans by Rieke C. Harmsen (Munich), Manga & Graphic Design, Hands On and Where The Wild Things Were by Ian Lynam (Tokyo), PAT! BON! DOKAAAN!—Writing thunderstorms and onomatopoeia in Asian picture stories by Steffen Zillig and Sohyun Jung (Hamburg), Something like Max & Moritz—From the inventor of the comic by Tim Eckhorst (Kiel), A very subjective and casual comics overview from Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY 11222 by Paul Hoppe (Brooklyn NY), Survival is possible by Michael Schmidt (Munich) and Sans Comique by Frank Wiedemann (Berlin).

Furthermore, interviews with Nora Krug (Brooklyn NY), Dirk Rehm (Berlin), Alessio Leonardi (Berlin), Fred Smijers (Antwerp) and Matthew Carter (Cambridge) provide insights into their living and working environments.

Comics are a series of pictures (strip) that tell a story. In cartoons, the narrative punch line is condensed into an image. The issue Slanted 17. Cartoon / Comic has fallen for these narrative forms and their typographical peculiarities from beginning to end.

In addition, this first Slanted magazine of the year 2012 shows a new face. A new format in oversize, 16 pages more as well as streamlining in sequence of content and layout create more space for projects and design.

Ken Johnston of Corbis (New York) has immersed himself in the archives and has brought to light a grotesque photo story of nuclear bomb experiments in a patriotically charged world - Doom Town, a dark comic as life writes it. Patrick Tsai (Tokyo) keeps a photographic diary - Talking Barnacles is a narrative in picture sequences paired with very personal texts.

This issues presents numerous essays and reports worth reading: Motorscream Landscapes - About writing in graphic literature by Alexander Negrelli (Berlin), Beloved and Hated: Comic Sans by Rieke C. Harmsen (Munich), Manga & Graphic Design, Hands On and Where The Wild Things Were by Ian Lynam (Tokyo), PAT! BON! DOKAAAN!—Writing thunderstorms and onomatopoeia in Asian picture stories by Steffen Zillig and Sohyun Jung (Hamburg), Something like Max & Moritz—From the inventor of the comic by Tim Eckhorst (Kiel), A very subjective and casual comics overview from Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY 11222 by Paul Hoppe (Brooklyn NY), Survival is possible by Michael Schmidt (Munich) and Sans Comique by Frank Wiedemann (Berlin).

Furthermore, interviews with Nora Krug (Brooklyn NY), Dirk Rehm (Berlin), Alessio Leonardi (Berlin), Fred Smijers (Antwerp) and Matthew Carter (Cambridge) provide insights into their living and working environments.

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