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Works That Work No. 3 is now available on loremnotipsum.com. What is the oldest company in the world, and why has it survived so long? What creations do we want to leave for our successors? What creations will we leave them, whether we want to or not?With an impressive list of contributors, starting with Magnum photographer Martin Parr, to established writers such as Tim Maly, or Rob Boffard we are particularly proud of this issue. For optimal reading experience, this issue by bound by Otabind method, ensuring that the book opens easily, lays flat when opened, so you can enjoy full-spread photography.

The magazine by Peter Biľak of Typotheque type foundry, ‘a magazine of unexpected creativity’. It is a magazine for the curious mind, endeavouring to surprise its readers with a rich mix of diverse subjects connected by the theme of human creativity, searching for a deeper understanding of work and its motives. The magazine will be published every six months in both paper and digital (online and tablet) editions, and the paper version will be distributed both by post and by a ‘social distribution’ network that gives readers an opportunity to help distribute the magazine and share in its profits.

Features: Works That Work – No. 3

  • From Bunkers to Businesses
  • Ultimate Backup
  • Pads for Potatoes
  • Paradise Repurposed
  • A Message to the Future
  • The Men who build Mountains
  • Portable Boundaries
  • Flight 300 to Mumbai
  • The Art of Peace
  • Building on Tradition – 1,400 Years of a Family Business
Article No. bfworksthw0003 Published by Works That Work Manufactured in The Netherlands Available in English Tags · · Reading situation Coffee Shop Weight 250 g Dimensions 27 × 22 × 1 cm

Works That Work No. 3 is now available on loremnotipsum.com. What is the oldest company in the world, and why has it survived so long? What creations do we want to leave for our successors? What creations will we leave them, whether we want to or not?With an impressive list of contributors, starting with Magnum photographer Martin Parr, to established writers such as Tim Maly, or Rob Boffard we are particularly proud of this issue. For optimal reading experience, this issue by bound by Otabind method, ensuring that the book opens easily, lays flat when opened, so you can enjoy full-spread photography.

The magazine by Peter Biľak of Typotheque type foundry, ‘a magazine of unexpected creativity’. It is a magazine for the curious mind, endeavouring to surprise its readers with a rich mix of diverse subjects connected by the theme of human creativity, searching for a deeper understanding of work and its motives. The magazine will be published every six months in both paper and digital (online and tablet) editions, and the paper version will be distributed both by post and by a ‘social distribution’ network that gives readers an opportunity to help distribute the magazine and share in its profits.

Features: Works That Work – No. 3

  • From Bunkers to Businesses
  • Ultimate Backup
  • Pads for Potatoes
  • Paradise Repurposed
  • A Message to the Future
  • The Men who build Mountains
  • Portable Boundaries
  • Flight 300 to Mumbai
  • The Art of Peace
  • Building on Tradition – 1,400 Years of a Family Business
Article No. bfworksthw0003 Published by Works That Work Manufactured in The Netherlands Available in English Tags · · Reading situation Coffee Shop Weight 250 g Dimensions 27 × 22 × 1 cm
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