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!

gubble bum

The faces on these Gubble Bum packages, designed by Jesse Kirsch, are so darn cute and funny! They brightened my day a little bit, so I wanted to share them with you!

Edikarier -Nov 23, 2009, 5:49PM
Amazing, I did not know about that till now. Thanks!
peta -Dec 19, 2008, 8:06AM
sometimes the smallest things can be he most inspiring, you just have to know where to look.

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Who’s excited for this??

xue -Aug 18, 2010, 2:39AM
i'm applying there :D
Sarah -Nov 09, 2008, 1:34PM
PLEASE come to Florida!!!

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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!


So which is your favorite?

B -Nov 06, 2008, 2:13PM
I love the background on the FP homepage. I tried to save it to make it my desktop, but it wouldn't let me. Is there anyway you could post it so I could save it?

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Check out all the shoes that came to work at the home office today! So many cute styles…


Jess -Nov 10, 2008, 2:57PM
I love them all!!!

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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

heatha -Nov 11, 2008, 9:02AM
Hi Helen! We do ship to the UK! :) Find out more here: http://tinyurl.com/6y4jsp
Helen -Nov 08, 2008, 6:30AM
gorgeous pictures as always! those houses are abandoned? *packs suitcase and gets on plane* PLEASE start shipping to the UK!

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Yes, Halloween just passed, but our November catalog is here with lots of holiday goodies. Check out freepeople.com for our gift guide and some info on our holiday trend concept, Folk Princess.

Rivkah -Nov 26, 2008, 3:14AM
I was wondering if it is possible to get another November catalogue? I got one in the mail as usual, but I think it go thrown away by accident and I really loved the photos... would I be able to get another sent to my home?...
fpgirl -Nov 13, 2008, 9:48AM
Hi Christine! Did you know you can order items from our website by phone with your credit card? Click here for UK ordering info. And if you have any other questions you can email service@freepeople.com thanks!

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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.

meg hayne -Nov 07, 2008, 12:13PM
how funny, i am sorry i missed it that day. what a great idea. very creative ladies

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look at those clouds

Found on FFFFOUND from Violet Voice.

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!

Check out this huge painting by Robert Goodman that recently appeared in the Gallery at 543!

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!

Alex -Nov 06, 2008, 4:03PM
Wasn't this hanging in Moore college before? It's amazing in person.

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jen stark

These leaves were cut so beautifully by Jen Stark! What a perfect time of year for them! I saw them on Design Dig, and decided to look up a bit more about their creator. What I found was so awesome! I love Jen Stark’s other work! It is similar to Julian Vallée‘s work in that she loves to cut and use paper, and she uses lots of bright colors! I thought it was so funny I found her today after I just was talking about Julian’s work yesterday! See some of what I’m talking about below, and even more of Jen’s work can be found on her site.


penelope michler -Nov 11, 2008, 10:06AM
Your website is an inspiration and rich with resources that completely delight. I am, however, frustrated by the fact that everything you do, clothing-wise, is for the very young. Think of Issey Miyoki's Japanese-style clothes for women! (Please take a look) I am 67 and still very much young at heart and yearning for clothing that matches who I am. It's long past time that imaginative clothing is centered only on the youth. There is more money to be made from my own age group than even teens. Please consider. Thanks, Penelope

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