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Arts & Culture september 27, 2016

Brand Engagement At The Gates Of The World’s Largest Open-Air Gallery

Tiger Beer and a neighborhood-minded nonprofit celebrate and promote New York's creative spirit by beautifying 100 security gates

Design & Architecture june 24, 2016

An Inflatable Tunnel Could Connect Manhattan And Brooklyn

The Light Transporter is a radical design solution to the shutdown of one of New York's most important subway lines

Work march 26, 2015

Coffee Shop Houses Film Production Company in Treehouse

Spreadhouse Coffee pairs unique design aesthetics with quality coffee in the Lower East Side

Design & Architecture february 2, 2015

Brooklyn Car Garage Transformed Into Multi-Functional Creative Hub

Kinfolk Studios teams up with Architect John Berg to create 'hippie-mathematician' event space, retail shop and hidden bar

Technology august 18, 2013

How An Annual Clock Changes Our Reality [PSFK 2013]

In this clip, Scott Thrift and Ari Kuschnir speak about the launch of ThePresent

Home june 7, 2013

Public Library Encourages Teens To Hang Out [Pics]

Harlem library invites youth to interact without adult scrutiny.

Retail june 2, 2013

Rethinking Brick And Mortar Retail [PSFK 2013]

Rachel Shechtman, founder of Story talks about how the element of surprise and renewal is key in today's stores.

Technology may 27, 2013

Building An Underground Park Lit By Natural Sunlight [PSFK 2013]

Dan Barasch Co-Founder of the Lowline, discussed his plans to remodel downtown Delancey Street in NYC.

Advertising june 2, 2012

PSFK Picks: Top Five Apps Of The Week

A roundup of the latest, most fascinating apps we've learned about this past week.

Advertising april 18, 2011

The New York Cosmos Want To Take The Field Again [Headlines]

Can a former real estate magnate from the U.K. revive the storied soccer team and turn it into the sport’s biggest club in the world? NY Times

Technology february 17, 2011

How Digital Presentations Are Replacing Physical Collections

New York Times Magazine's columnist Rob Walker concludes his series with some final thoughts on the objects we collect and how.


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