Typeface by Bea Schlingelhoff, from the Project "Women against Hitler"
Eric Bell & Kristoffer Frick: Rainbow Rope, 2017 1, Crystal Table (II), 2017 2, 63, Platonic Solid, 2018 64, Kolumne 3, Sara MacKillop: WC2N 4, 10, 15, 24, California Cannabis Legalization 9, Letzte Ausgabe der Spartakusbriefe, Oktober 1918 11, Delia Gonzales 16-21, Cordula Daus 22, Christina Irrgang 25, Eric Ellingsen 26, Hugo Canoilas: L’ô 29, 30, 35-38, Sadie Plant 31, Markus Krottendorfer: aus der Serie TERMINAL, 2017 32, Kate Rich: Feral Trade 39, Julia Knass 44, Walter Hetzer: World Trade Center 1972 46, Lidl, Wiedner Hauptstraße 15, Wien (ehemals Generali Foundation, gebaut 1993-95, Architektur Jabornegg & Pálffy) 50, One Hour and a Half in the Life of Ztscrpt 62-52
Jubilee Issue #30 in the magazine's 15th year. The font Zeitschrift (magazine in German) is especially designed for this issue by Alexander Wolff and is a merge of the fonts Helvetica and Times. Each issue has a paper streamer woven through several pages by Niina Lehtonen Braun. The cool black n white poster is made by Heimo Zobernig featuring a mesh up font of Helvetica and Courier, spelling the word SCHEITSCHRIFT.↵
↵Contributors: Özlem Altin, Nina Lehtonen Braun, Claus Richter, Kay Rosen, Matt Keegan, Sabrina Soyer, Heimo Zobernig, Ryan Trecartin, Yuki Higashino, Jane Schäfer, Krintine Agergard
This issue uses the font designed for german news magazine Spiegel by amazing Lucas de Groot. The color poster is part of the full print of the series “Les Filles d’Amsterdam” by photographer Jean-Luc Moulène. It is the first time this series is printed in book form and in an exclusive interview the artist tells the story of that work.↵
↵Contributors: Lily Wittenburg, Maren Grimm & Jakob Krameritsch, Michael Milano, Assaf-Evron, Sophie Thun, Juliana Huxtable, Interview with Jean-Luc Moulène, poster by Jean-Luc Moulène, Magda Tóthová, Peter Machen on Brenda Fassie, Mariah Garnett, Shady El NoshokatyTommy Støckel
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