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Chris Force

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

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...
5 Must-Reads for the Design-Minded Book Lover

5 Must-Reads for the Design-Minded Book Lover

There’s been no shortage of exemplary books to pass over our desks recently, with works as diverse as George Saunders’ award-winning experimental lit and a graphic history of Chicago’s bizarre gang business cards. Here we spotlight five must-reads...
Christian Von Koenigsegg Keeps Chasing His Dreams

Christian Von Koenigsegg Keeps Chasing His Dreams

It’s a cool summer night in Monterey. About two-dozen people are sitting on a patio overlooking the ocean, eating desserts, chatting about the news, and telling polite “dad jokes.” It’s a company outing, but it’s got more of a family vibe. They’ve ordered a few extra...
A Note to Our Readers

A Note to Our Readers

Our first print issue was created with you in mind, the professional who must come up with ideas, in one form or another, day in and day out as part of your work. You might be just starting out, full of zeal, lust, and misplaced focus. Or maybe you’re well recognized...
Mystic Mondays is a Modern Take on Tarot Cards

Mystic Mondays is a Modern Take on Tarot Cards

Grace Duong is a multidisciplinary designer and creator of Mystic Mondays, a modern take on tarot cards that includes an app, was successfully funded on Kickstarter, and is now a product available from Chronicle Books. She shows a diverse range of work and...
Making Randal Ford’s Animal Kingdom

Making Randal Ford’s Animal Kingdom

There is a methodical, studious process behind photographer Randal Ford’s work, a feeling of technical mastery mixed with exacting vision. It turns out, this doesn’t come from a rigorous fine art background but rather a business school degree. “From a business...
Patch: Solar Power &  Furniture Design by UM Project

Patch: Solar Power & Furniture Design by UM Project

“Patch is a microgrid. Through interconnected furniture acting as mini power stations, solar energy is distributed in the house, powering motion, light, and sound. Between function and fiction, Patch celebrates the beauty of the circuitry, suggesting a humane...