Hooray! We have a new Free People wallpaper for you, and it has a super cute Halloween-theme, made for you by our graphic designers! I have it as my desktop right now!
Go here to download it, and be sure to check out our desktop wallpaper set on Flickr for more fun FP wallpaper!

yttr -Oct 27, 2008, 11:38AM
amazing!!!!!!

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Daydream Lily
posted this image of a beach on Thailand. I’ve never been there, but I want to go just to witness this!
They release these lanterns on the beach as a symbol of good luck. How beautiful!


I love this video of Getz & Gilberto singing The Girl from Ipanema in a movie from 1964. Vintage, beautiful!

Check out this awesome photo essay by David Friedman! He tells about it best: I shot these photos at a denim factory in Kentucky that specializes in distressing high-end jeans for a few top designers. I used to scoff at paying a premium for jeans that come with holes in them already. Then I saw just how much work goes into distressing jeans, and I realized that these people are artists. You can’t just have any loose threads, you have to have the right loose threads. They can’t just be faded. They have to be the right color. A lot of work goes into making these jeans look just right.
I put my favorite shots below – click here to see the whole essay on David’s blog!

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Aren’t these so adorable!? I wish I had them sitting all around my apartment. Emily Sutton makes them, and she adds so many wonderful little details! You can see them all right here.

Elisabeth Timpone -Oct 02, 2008, 9:15AM
this blog is so much fun and very inspiring, thanks free people! Emily Sutton's birds are really beautiful, the colors and detail really make them special. Have a wonderful day!

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glorious eggs

Franc Grom uses a little tiny electric drill to put literally thousands of holes in real egg shells. Fragile and amazing – he generally puts between 2,500 and 3,500 holes in each egg!

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via Rag & Bone

Jaranian -Sep 26, 2008, 10:47AM
fabulous!
Lauren -Sep 24, 2008, 11:29AM
Incredible!

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If you’re looking for a good browse this afternoon, I strongly urge you to check out Rachel Papo’s website. All the above photos belong to the Israel-raised photographer, and her website holds many more delicious photos. The way she captures people is mesmerizing.
via Lost – a really cool blog!

puglyfeet -Sep 27, 2008, 8:32PM
god, these pics are brilliant. love the colors!
vic -Sep 25, 2008, 6:50AM
Thanks for the link. Rachel's photos are stunning... And for the record, I sometimes call my blog lost.

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We have some new wallpapers for you! Go to our set for wallpaper on Flickr, pick out which one you want and click “View all sizes”! From there you can download any size you want!

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ayelet -Sep 13, 2008, 1:17AM
love the small patterns,thanks!

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migration mural


Migration / Part 01 / London / By Hellovon from Hellovon on Vimeo.
This video will show you the installation of a mural at the Truman Brewery in London called Migration. The incredible bird illustrations were done by London-based artist Hellovon. This month, the idea will “migrate” to a second exhibition space, the side of the Epeis Gallery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Makes me want to fly…

sara -Sep 10, 2008, 10:01PM
your blog is amazingly creative! i'll come by again for sure!

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Last night I attended the opening for the collaborative art project of Carrie and Doub!
Carrie happens to be our Assistant Art Director, and Doub, our Art Director, Assistant Design Director, and also my sister! :)
Together they created a gigantic eagle sculpture, made mostly of wood, cardboard, paper-mache. It is incredible!

The eagle will be on display here at the Philadelphia Navy Yard in building 543 for the next six weeks, and I encourage you to come check it out and write your thoughts on the wall beside it!
As you might imagine, it takes a lot of work to get a bird this big suspended in the air! Below is a little video clip showing the work behind getting the bird made, moved, and hung from the ceiling! Underneath that, more pictures!

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After the eagle was finally lifted up where it needed to be, they were so glad they thought they’d give him a little kiss! :)
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A picture of the artists at the opening, shown here with our buddy Bob!
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People enjoyed themselves at the opening…
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A little “thank you” from the artists, written on the wall!
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If you are in the area at all over the next six weeks, come on down to the Philadelphia Navy Yard (at the south end of Broad Street) and check out this eagle! It’s so incredible!

Sandy -Aug 08, 2008, 8:23AM
Thanks Pruitt for posting the pictures and the posting. I was waiting to see the pictures. The show is amazing. Good job to Doub and Carrie and all the "helpers"!!
Beth -Aug 07, 2008, 8:25PM
I like all the bandannas!!

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One of our stylists, Mackenzie, took some stunning pictures while she was on the last couple of catalog shoots! Here’s a little note from her:
“We went to Virginia for the last two catalog shoots… and it’s ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL THERE!!!
Here is some proof!!!
We loved it!!!”

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These pictures make me really excited to see the catalogs that were shot in Virginia! How beautiful!

pruittfpgirl -Aug 05, 2008, 11:06AM
Both the shoot and the bridge were near Goshen Pass, Virginia. yes, Va is beautiful!!
-Aug 04, 2008, 9:05PM
where in virginia was the catalogs shot?

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Our latest employee profile features one of our favorite models, Jenny! Frequently Jenny is seen gracing the pages of our catalogs, as well as modeling many, many items on our website! She is a total delight, and so charming! Below, find Jenny’s video interview, complete with a quick introduction by Lindsay, one of our photographers, who tells us why she loves working with Jenny!

Vanessa -Jul 27, 2008, 11:19PM
Jenny is my favorite Free People model, I think her look is so natural and beautiful, definitely fitting for the company. She brings such a grace and elegance to the photos. I am so inspired by the fp catalogs that I actually attempted to sort of re-create my own version as a college project last year (the URL posted). I would love to create another one and learned a lot from the creation of the first 'mock magazine.' I love the Free People company and dream of one day working behind the scenes! :)

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