Our graphic designers have created a new desktop wallpaper for you! I love how it hints at spring to come! The days are getting longer, after all! Click here to download it! I already have it set as my desktop background! :) Enjoy!

Amanda -Nov 16, 2010, 7:07PM
It is so pretty.
Danz -Jan 26, 2009, 8:51PM
That's a really pretty design. I love the colours!

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all the small things

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These incredible works of art are real, and so so tiny! Willard Wigan of the UK carves grains of rice or sugar into his miniature-sized sculptures, and then uses a hair from the back of a housefly to paint them! When they are on display in a gallery, each of his works has a microscope so you can see them – but when Willard works on them, he does so with the naked eye! I can’t even imagine, since most of his work is on the head of a pin or the eye of needle! I found a really cool video interview with him on Metacafe that you should have a look at; I posted it below!
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Micro Art

Jessica -Jan 26, 2009, 9:58PM
I love the Peter Pan piece on what can be perceived as a hook. very sharp.
Liz -Jan 26, 2009, 9:13PM
I LOVE that the Peter Pan figures are on a hook. :]

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stephanie metz

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I can’t imagine how much time it must take Stephanie Metz to felt wool into these amazing sculptures! The teddy bear skull at the bottom is part of an interesting set she did called Teddy Bear Natural History, which seriously looks like a museum exhibit!

Sara -Jan 27, 2009, 1:47PM
this is so cool! i want the dog in the middle!

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How about these cool wire sculptures? I’m really impressed by them. They are the skilled work of Polly Verity, who makes them using wire, tissue paper, and occasionally some folded regular paper. Her site has photos of a lot of her work, including some life-sized wearable paper dresses, which are pretty cool. I’d rather have that unicorn mask though, or maybe some wire shoes! They look almost like glass slippers…

carissa -Jan 26, 2009, 9:23AM
these are pretty amazing too!! I found them while randomly looking around etsy.com http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=5012764

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Something about these pictures is really interesting to me. They are from a set by Catherine Wagner called Homage to the Light Bulb. I really like the way all the light bulbs look together – I wonder though, how does one find all those different bulbs?
Via BlackWhiteYellow.

These are real!
Viewed from one angle you see this…

But from just the right angle you see this…

And so on…
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They’re so amazing! I can’t imagine all the work involved to figure out exactly where to place each part of the design! Check out Felice’s website for more.
Via Fraiing.

Lucy -Jan 23, 2009, 10:03PM
Wow! That is truly amazing. It's great to see such a talented individual make art accessible to everyone!
olive -Jan 23, 2009, 1:12PM
This is by far one of the coolest things I've ever seen. Aside from those 3D sidewalk chalk designs. http://www.toxel.com/inspiration/2008/05/18/3d-sidewalk-chalk-art/

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sam bassett

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These awesome photos are by New York City photographer Sam Bassett. He seems to do more portraits than anything else, but as you can see, they are really unusual and interesting portraits! I have been wandering around his site for a chunk of this afternoon, and if you liked these pictures at all, you will definitely enjoy looking around it yourself!
Via It’s Nice That.

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Here are a few behind-the-scenes pictures from our catalog shoot that is going on right now in New York City! I am so tantalized by the flowers! I can’t wait until this catalog comes out! Enjoy!

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Kate -Jan 22, 2009, 11:39AM
It looks amazing already! Can't wait to see the final result :)
Kayla -Jan 21, 2009, 6:42PM
oooo. I can't wait for the prettyness!!!

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Don’t you love these pictures? I think they are so gorgeous! They are the work of L Filipe dos Santos of Corcoise, and if not for Penguin & Fish I would never have found him! If you are into them too, be sure to check out his blog and his Flickr photostream- there are a lot more beautiful pieces to be found there!

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These humorous and dark silhouettes are from Silhouette Masterpiece Theater, by Wilhelm Steahle. I love how he uses old paintings as the backgrounds! If this kind of stuff tickles your fancy, check out more here!

Sara -Jan 20, 2009, 10:20AM
I love the first two! This made my morning, thanks!

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Don’t forget about our FP Style Event, which is going on right now!
We’ve been collecting your pictures of you and your friends wearing Free People and putting them in a set on our Flickr account! We love seeing how you wear your Free People!
Below, check out just a few of the super cute pictures we’ve gotten so far! To see the whole set, go to our Flickr account!
And don’t forget to send us pictures of you in your Free People, with your name and hometown, to blog.freepeople@gmail.com!

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brendan monroe

Ever since I saw this picture on Booooooom, I can’t stop looking at it! I’m not sure if it’s the really textural stuff the people are standing in, or the total lack of stuff in the top part of the picture. (Other than the bits flying off the person’s hands.) I just really like it! It’s by Brendan Monroe, and if you are intrigued too, you should check out the post Booooooom did about him. You’ll find many more interesting works with lots of movement in them.

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