Sixtysix magazine is back with its fourth print issue, featuring in-depth conversations from some of the world’s most prolific designers and creatives. Finalized in quarantine, the issue is available worldwide now.
When Sixtysix started, we promised to travel the backroads of the creative community, shedding light on the processes, challenges, and aha moments that happen behind the scenes. Design isn’t only about the end product, after all. It’s about the process that gets you there.
In the Spring/Summer 2020 issue, we continue to do that, exploring what drives creatives such as Ronan and Erwan Bourollec, Tom Dixon, Naoto Fukasawa, and Daniel Simon. We go off the beaten path in some of the world’s biggest cities—Paris, London, Tokyo, Los Angeles—finding inspiration at every turn in the road, pausing to examine the complications that come from each crack in the pavement.
We dive deep across disciplines, delving into what makes interior designers like Fran Hickman, photographers like Alex Strohl, graphic designers like Na Kim, and authors like Emily St. John Mandel tick and how they each make their unique creative processes work in their lives and respective cities.
This issue is particularly special because it comes at a time when most of us cannot travel—not only the backroads but any roads, skies, or seas period.
So let us say this: We hope what you find between this magazine’s pages serves a tool for exploration, both of creativity and our world.
We hope you enjoy it.