The cover story of this week's New York Magazine is Design Revolutionaries, a thoughtful conversation with nine of New York's greatest living designers and a list of 25 other design innovators. The story pays tribute to those who changed the way we look at mundane, everyday sights—from subway maps and perfume bottles to mechanical dry cleaning racks and sofa fabrics. Not only obvious choices like the woman/brand/homemaker legend Martha Stewart and homeware visionary Eva Zeisel were included but also historian saviors of cast-iron architecture and big oil logomeisters. It's nice to see these innovators given credit where credit is due, and I appreciate that NY Mag acknowledged that they left hundreds of design luminaries out, due to space limits. Click your way over to NY Mag to read the story, and don't forget to enjoy these images below.