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Times Introduces New-Look Biz Cards

As the New York Times makes its historic move to 620 Eight Avenue, the company is also unveiling newly-designed stationery for its employees, including business cards [above] designed by Michael Bierut, who attempted to create a “simple, dignified, modern expression of a media company with an amazing history.”

According to the Times internal newsletter, all the information on the news cards align with the word “Times” to “emphasize the paper’s colloquial name.”

It appears, though, non-staffers will have to make their own:

Stationery will only be available through Mutual Engraving for folks on the masthead. All others will have a template for the new business stationery and the fonts will be made available on your computer. Expect more information in the coming weeks on how to access the template.

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