Sixtysix Magazine Issue 2 is available now on loremnotipsum.com. Sixtysix magazine is back with our sophomore print issue, delving further into “the craft of creativity” with living legends and emerging voices of the global design community. The nearly 200-page issue is available worldwide now.
The Spring/Summer 2019 issue features in-depth conversations about process, inspiration, and work habits with a diverse spectrum of designers, architects, photographers, printmakers, and creative professionals from all over the world like Stefan Sagmeister, Philippe Starck, Marcel Wanders.
We heard process and promotional tips from Australian illustrator Shanti Sparrow and New York City-based typographer Tobias Frere-Jones, explored the best furniture and decor of Salone del Mobile, and discovered why someone as busy as the legendary Marcel Wanders feels as though he never works at all. We rode to the edge of civilization on a Kawasaki and chewed over the evolving nature of design with Philippe Starck at his office in France.
On the cover is a photo from Space Utopia, by Paris-based photographer Vincent Fournier, who reflected on how Stanley Kubrick helps inspire his behind-the-scenes studies of space exploration. And among the objects and gear spotlighted are minimalist, Patricia Urquiola-designed bathroom accessories by Laufen and high-design, small-batch concrete faucets by Brizo.
Sixtysix Magazine is a publication about discovery, design, and creativity. Sixtysix travels the back roads of the global creative community. We deliver the unknown, the unpredictable, the authentic, and the purpose-driven. The magazine, published twice a year, explores the world’s most interesting, active, and influential designers and creatives. From their Chicago studio, Sixtysix has assembled writers, photographers, and designers to collaborate on identifying the most interesting and prolific creative minds from around the world. With a largely Q&A format, the magazine documents conversations between creative subjects on how their works are being made. “We wanted to take a different approach to the dialogue on design with Sixtysix, moving away from retail and trends-focused reporting and instead focusing on how designers are working now—tapping into their interests, process, habits, and sources of work. Creative people are hyper interested in who is doing what, and how they are getting it done, but this is typically only covered between the lines in design media. Sixtysix changes that,” editor-in-chief Chris Force says.
Details: Sixtysix Magazine – Issue 2
186 pages, 27 x 20 cm, Softcover