Architectural Digest talks to artist Dustin Yellin about his six humanoid sculptures, titled Psychogeographies. In this Q&A, Yellin opens up about the creative process and how his first public art installation evolved with Kilroy Realty, who commissioned the installation for their development Columbia Square in Hollywood, CA. His desire to express the common thread of humanity is found in the materials he uses, how he produces his work and the scale and placement of the art. Yellin’s ingenuity is now accessible to the public, with the sculptures placed along a well-traveled portion of Sunset Boulevard. .