A reading tip: WORKS THAT WORK, founded by the The Hague-based typographer PETER BILAK. It’s not a typography magazine, though. Rather, it’s a highly interesting publication about today’s world and how things function. With hints of NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC and COLORS magazine, WORKS THAT WORK looks at a variety of puzzling subjects such as a Global Seed Vault on the Norwegian island of Spitsbergen, the quest for a logo to warn against radioactive waste that’s capable of being recognised and understood 100,000 years from now, and an entertaining yet somewhat short piece on a mushroom farm in a disbanded fake-tropical swimming pool in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. All this in a handy format of 94 pages. Shown here is the current issue, WORKS THAT WORK #3.