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Chris Force

Chris Force is the editor-in-chief of Sixtysix Magazine.

Berlin’s Creatives Take Us Behind the Scenes

Berlin’s Creatives Take Us Behind the Scenes

Somehow Berlin escaped us. Sitting patiently at the top of our to-visit list, it seemed to always slide further down the calendar. Despite countless friends, colleagues, and music, design, and culture fans raving about trips there, be it for vacation or work, we just...
Traveling Southern California with Kawasaki

Traveling Southern California with Kawasaki

There’s a moment in Bennett Miller’s film Foxcatcher where billionaire John du Pont introduces wrestler Mark Schultz—played by Channing Tatum—to Liseter Hall Farm, a stunning 440-acre wrestling facility. It’s a quick scene, and even though Channing’s character is...
7 Favorite Products From Around the World

7 Favorite Products From Around the World

We recently gathered up some of our favorite guilty pleasures from around the world, from a candle that uncannily captures the scent of a fireplace—courtesy of a cultishly adored perfume house—to the perfect slim-cut leather jacket designed by one of the best indie...
Dave Mucci and the Art of Custom Motorcycle-Building

Dave Mucci and the Art of Custom Motorcycle-Building

We had ridden close to 2,000 rugged miles through Vietnam, from dense cities, choked on crazed scooter riders, to pastoral rice fields sprinkled with farm animals. Our group—which included custom motorcycle builder Dave Mucci—spent two weeks hurling a fleet of new...
Taking Twists and Turns with 3D Artist Chris Labrooy

Taking Twists and Turns with 3D Artist Chris Labrooy

In Chris Labrooy’s digital reality, his love of sports cars, California sun, and midcentury design fuses into pleasant mayhem. I spoke to Chris from his home studio in Scotland—where he crafts his instantly recognizable 3D illustrations—about design, Porsches, fake...