Works That Work No.1
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The pilot issue demonstrates that creativity is not the exclusive domain of artists or designers, but something that surrounds us in our daily lives. Works That Work doesn’t celebrate individual creators, as much as investigate the creative process. In this issue we explore how Mumbai’ dabbawallas deliver 350.000 home-made food lunches, interview with Linda Asher of what constitutes a good literary translation, a look at Amsterdam Airport and its urinals, essay on Shared Space movement which proposes reducing traffic regulations to increase road safety. Subscribe directly on Works That Work website, or buy single copies here.
Metro Letters documents the responses to the question ‘Can a typeface express what is unique about a city’, presenting the projects and interviews with six invited typographers highlighting their working process and conceptual proposals. Includes essays by Gail Swanlund and Michael Worthington.