Slanted is a German-based, bi-annual publication created in 2014 by Lars Harmsen and Julia Kahl.
I like the previous issue of Slanted so much that I will write a post about design from Japan.
However, with issue 32 I had no idea what to expect. Initially, the cover didn’t appeal to me like the other and to be frank, and I wasn’t interested in reading it. But all of that changed.
Lately, I’ve been feeling low on motivation, continually self-doubting myself and feeling like an imposter.
But as I have told you before, I decided to do something about it. Besides forcing myself to break out of apathy and write more blog posts’ ideas, I also bought a couple of books that were on my wishlist for some time. And believe it or not, these helped me out immensely so maybe they will help you too.
Remember my quest for finding happiness at the beginning of the year and as a consequence the Happy Film review? Guess what? My wish came true and the exhibition arrived in Portugal this month.
Safe to say that I wanted to be the first in line for the premiere and was excited to see Sagmeister in person but sadly, I couldn’t.
Nevertheless, I picked a sunny day and went to Maat to see it.
My overall impression: I was disappointed. I mean, I really liked the film and I relate to Sagmeister’s way of seeing his work and his life a lot, so my expectations for the show were immense (aren’t they always?).
I confess; I only discovered this documentary recently (even though I’ve been using Invision on and off for some years now).
Still, I was very pumped to hear about this documentary and even more after watching the trailer.
So now, like I did, sit back, relax and find your perfect time to watch it too because, boy, it’s worth it.
I don’t know if it has anything to do with turning 26 this year, and feeling like I need to get better at this adultish kind of thing, but lately, I’ve been more interested in understanding what makes me happy and what it’s happiness to human beings.
Following that line of thought, I realized that I’ve been trying to watch The Happy Film for a long time but never found the right opportunity. That is, until last night. I heard great things and had high expectations about it, mostly because it’s a Stefan Sagmeister documentary.