New York Times: International Times

The New York Times International Weekly is an 8- to 16-page publication that represents the most globally resonant coverage from The New York Times, including pages devoted to business, science, arts, lifestyle and international news. Designed to complement the daily reportage of other newspapers, the IW is distributed as a stand-alone section within twenty host papers in sixteen countries across the globe, with a reach of more than five million readers each week. The section uses the same format and typography as The New York Times, and provides host publications with a co-branding opportunity on the front page.


December 2018: Edited by Jessica Helfand and Michael Bierut, Culture is Not Always Popular: Fifteen Years of Design Observer will be out in early December from MIT Press. Buy the book here. See the video here.

November 2018: The Design of Business | The Business of Design conference will be held on November 2 and 3 at Yale School of Management.

September 2018: Face Value, Cooper Hewitt’s entry into the 2018 London Design Biennale, is named one of the four medalists.

July 2018: Jessica Helfand and Allison Arieff host a Next Stage event at Google on the ethics of design.

June 2018: Jessica Helfand is one of three artists chosen to participate in Face Value, the US entry into the London Design Biennale for 2018.

May 2018: Jessica Helfand hosts The Next Stage at The Mercantile Library in Cincinnati and The American Film Institute in Los Angeles.

May 2018: Jessica Helfand debuts The Next Stage at Continuum in Boston.

March 2018: Jessica Helfand is keynote speaker for the In Pursuit of Luxury Conference, Cape Town, South Africa.