As one of the most widely read print publications in the U.S., it comes as no surprise that the New York Times Magazine‘s redesign is making headlines. Spearheaded by editor-in-chief Jake Silverstein and design director Gail Bichler, the magazine’s design overhaul offers up a cleaner, stripped-down look and feel for both its print and web versions. Being a supplement magazine, the new literary approach to design provides a clear distinction between content found in the newspaper and the in-depth articles presented in the publication. In addition, a new library of custom typefaces, designed in collaboration with Henrik Kubel of A2-Type, aims to spruce up the pages of the magazine for a more book-like feel, which is complemented by a heavier paper stock for the Sunday magazine. Be sure to pick up the Sunday edition of the New York Times this weekend, featuring the revamped magazine, and view the new digital look over at the New York Times Magazine’s site.