The popular magazine's branding is reimagined by different designers for its innovations issue.

The New York Times Magazine asked eight designers and firms including Magpie Studio, Alex Trochut, Non-Format, and Christopher Clark, to reimagine its logo for a special innovations issue. A split run of four covers was published, another four ran inside the issue, and it has shared additional sketches on its site. The designs feature different deviations from the brand’s iconic font. Click through to see a selection of the logos:

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