Design of the week-item: Behind The Relaunch Of New York Times Magazine

The re-imagined New York Times Magazine gives us a view behind the relaunch. The magazine which is 119 years old has nearly four million people readers in print every weekend. The re-imaged magazine includes an ever-so-slightly modified logo and a new suite of typefaces by the Danish typographer Henrik Kubel. A dream job and a great job.

From left: Matt Willey (art director); Stacey Baker (associate photo editor); Kathy Ryan (director of photography); Joanna Milter (deputy photo editor, at computer); Gail Bichler (design director); Jake Silverstein (editor in chief) reviewing cover options for the Feb. 22 Global Issue. Photo: David La Spina/The New York Times

From left: Matt Willey (art director); Stacey Baker (associate photo editor); Kathy Ryan (director of photography); Joanna Milter (deputy photo editor, at computer); Gail Bichler (design director); Jake Silverstein (editor in chief) reviewing cover options for the Feb. 22 Global Issue. Photo: David La Spina/The New York Times