Ken Kendrick (1949-1992) was an acclaimed graphic designer who in 1982 was named assistant art director of The New York Times Magazine. Two years later he was promoted to art director. In late 1986, Ken resigned from the magazine to freelance again. Yet during his two years as art director of The New York Times Magazine, he was responsible for the development and publication of issues that contained memorable and unparalleled art work. Here, we show just a few of The New York Times Magazine covers he created for the magazine that defined newsworthiness and taste for generations.