David Byrne bike racks

I know that these aren’t new, but I’m still pretty jealous that New York gets all of these amazing bike racks designed by David Byrne.

Byrne designed each bike rack to be representative of the neighborhood it was installed in. What would these bike racks look like if they were designed for our city?

[via Laughing Squid]

9 Responses to “David Byrne bike racks”

  1. Herr Doktor Professor Deth Vegetable says:

    Those are, indeed, wicked. I am appropriately jealous.

  2. D. Jon Moutarde says:

    Obviously, the Valencia Street rack would look like someone on a bicycle. The Capp St. racks would be a combination of the Olde Times Square and The Jersey. The 16th St. and The 24th St. racks would be shaped like a handgun. Or a burrito.

  3. Captain Obvious says:

    How do you shape a bike rack like a beard?

  4. timbo says:

    These are rad.

    I’m not a clever man, but I think Chinatown should be one of those tall grocery carts. FiDi can steal the Wall Street one. Noe Valley is obviously a stroller.

  5. Skeptical says:

    Two more racks Byrne just designed for the Brooklyn Art Museum:

    http://www.brooklynvegan.com/archives/2012/08/david_byrne_des.html

  6. Andrew D. says:

    They did design a couple for Treasure Island, but they mainly looked like someone ran in to the regular upside-down U ones with their car: http://sfist.com/2010/12/23/new_artist-designed_bike_racks_inst.php#photo-1http://sfist.com/2010/12/23/new_artist-designed_bike_racks_inst.php

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