National Geographic / Stuart Dunn

This week National Geographic is launching a redesign, beginning with its May issue. The publication is debuting new paper, design, sections, typefaces, and energy, leading up to its 130th anniversary.

Touted as the most significant overhaul of National Geographic content and design since 2000, Nat Geo called on San Francisco-based strategy and design firm Godfrey Dadich Partners to head up the revamp. Courtesy of the on-hand video, you can in turn get a taste of what to expect from a retooled National Geographic.

The updated design features new visual story forms, timely essays, and of course breathtaking photography. Exploring the frontiers of our world, the new Nat Geo is more focused on understanding the people, places, and ideas that shape our planet. Additionally, the redesign will be available in 33 languages. To find out more head on over to National Geographic.

For more, here are all the winners from ‘National Geographic’s 2018 traveller photography competition.

Not NYC, not LA.