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Technology september 26, 2012

Critical Mob: 4 New Ideas In Music

Read new album reviews for Dylan's Tempest and Love This Giant, check out an exclusive interview with music critic and culture guru, Brandon Stosuy, and a look back at the life of Nico.

Home august 24, 2012

David Byrne Creates Movable Typographic Bike Racks In Brooklyn

The singer and artist puts a creative twist on a utilitarian structure.

Home april 4, 2012

David Byrne Captures Sounds Of London In New Art Piece

Grammy Award winner David Byrne stayed took inspiration for his latest piece from London landmarks and population.

Work august 26, 2011

David Byrne To Create A ‘Tight Spot’ Under The High Line

The rock star-turned-artist has designed a temporary installation for the Pace Gallery.

Sustainability august 20, 2011

Need To Know: 10 Must Read Posts Of The Week Vol. 4

A Bing Initiative: A weekly round-up of the top ten most popular posts on PSFK--from culture to technology, art to business this list has it all.

Work august 20, 2011

David Byrne’s Fake Apps Comment On Digital Culture

As part of an exhibit called 'Social Media,' Byrne has created app 'portraits' to depict their prevalence in our culture.

Cities june 29, 2011

Bicycling, Wealth, And The Happiness of Cities [Headlines]

Bicycle Diaries author believes that biking through the city is more than just an eco-friendly mode of transportation; it creates a state of mind.

Innovation june 22, 2010

David Byrne: How Architecture Helped Music Evolve

Prolific musician, author, curator, designer, and all-around creative David Byrne explores how context has pushed musical innovation. Can the same insights be considered for branded content application?

Design & Architecture september 16, 2009

David Byrne’s Vision of a Perfect City

David Byrne has composed an inspiring article where he lays out his version of a perfect city. Combining standout elements from different areas around the planet, Byrne's imaginary city sounds like a fantastic place to live, and could be used as a real blueprint for future urban planners.


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