Image of the day: Works That Work by Peter Bilak
We catch up with Peter Bilak
to find out more about his
new project, Works That Work
"A magazine of unexpected creativity.
That's how Typotheque's Peter Bilak describes the first issue of Works That Work - a publication dedicated to exploring "various manifestations of human creativity."
The project began with a crowdfunding campaign to see whether or not there was space in the market for the title.
The answer was a resounding yes.
By the time the mag was published, over a thousand readers and advertisers pledged in excess of €30.000 - enough to cover the costs of the first issue.
"One of the fundamental assertions of Works That Work," Bilak
says, "is that creativity is not the exclusive domain of artists or designers, but something that surrounds us in our daily lives, something so embedded in our everyday experience that it often escapes our attention."
"Works That Work is a magazine for the curious mind," Bilak
add, "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.