The Atlantic‘s PR reps just sent out some PDFs of the magazine’s new look, as overseen and conceived by editor James Bennet and Pentagram’s Michael Bierut.
In an essay in the November issue of the 151-year-old magazine, Mr. Beirut writes:
One possible solution: Andrew Sullivan. A lot of Andrew Sullivan. Like, full-page spreads of Andrew Sullivan’s face, as the above layout shows.
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