These are the awesome self-portraits of Levi van Veluw, a graduate of Artez Art School in Arnhem, the Netherlands. They are so interesting to look at! Check out Levi’s site for more information and a really cool video featuring what is arguably his best landscape!
Our November catalog just came out a couple days ago, and I think it is just gorgeous! I wondered though, which catalog from this autumn has been your favorite so far?
Below are the covers from the last three catalogs. If you click the name of the month above the picture, it will take you to the main FP website, where you can look at the inside of each catalog online, in case you need a reminder before you pick your favorite! September
First a few behind the scenes pictures: shooting outside, a firefly (how Free People!) and the sunset in Virginia, the same location that we shot our We the Free catalog. They shot inside and outside of these abandoned houses. It rained a little bit, but they made the best of it!
Our photographer was Michael Dwornik from New York (a great guy and wonderful photographer!).
The props were all made by FP girls Mackenzie and Kara. They glittered everything! Pinecones and sticks all tied up with yarn
A little late for Halloween posts, but we left our cameras at home!
The whole buying team and some of Free People Direct dressed up as coke cans on Halloween! One of the buyers made all of the red tube dresses and everyone stenciled their own, added their own Americana accessories (denim jackets and mustang parts) and wore can tabs on chains around their necks.
Don’t you love this tiny little letter? It’s from the World’s Smallest Postal Service, a one-woman letter transcribing service run by Lea Redmond. For a small fee, Lea takes your letter and writes it on a tiny teeny piece of paper, puts it in a tiny teeny envelope, closes it with a tiny teeny glob of wax, and even sends it to the recipient if you like! I just think the letter is so darn cute! I would really like to try and make one myself, but for now at least, I definitely don’t have a small enough pen! :)
I saw this on ali loves curtis!
The Gallery at 543 will be exhibiting Robert’s painting for another two weeks, so please feel free to come down to the Philadelphia Naval Yard (at the south end of Broad Street) and see it for yourself!