According to The New York Times, it seems that the newspaper’s last typographical face-lift was in 2003, but it wasn’t until last night that I noticed that they use at least four different fonts on their front page. They cap some, but not others. Some run ragged while others are left-aligned. I’m not sure what made me notice it now, but I’ll never look at their front page the same way again. Perhaps this is an example of how when print design is truly successful, the reader doesn’t even notice. And maybe that’s the whole point.