The New York Times Magazine used to have a nameplate. It still does. Most of the time it’s all there. Sometimes you have to search for it. How come?
The designers are: a) being avant-garde, b) reinforcing a theme, c) too clever by half, d) all three,
or maybe e) just having fun:
Richard kostelanetz says
WHOEVER made the nov. 13 cover is a good (not great) visual poet.
Jan Herman says
yes, the designers got the visual poetry message.